gamma globulins

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gam·ma glob·u·lins

(gamă globyū-linz)
A class of proteins the most significant of which are immunoglobulins; a serum is made from these immunoglobulins that may be administered to boost a patient's immunity to disease.
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Serum protein profile including total proteins, albumin, globulins, gamma globulins and non- gamma globulins of control, newly diagnosed patients, and those undergoing chemotherapy were determined.
The average value of gamma globulins indicated a highly significant increase of 15% (CI: 99%, p=0.
Serum albumin levels are low and gamma globulin levels may be low in nephrotics.
10) Our results support the finding of BCG reaction with alpha, beta, and gamma globulins.
In all experiments, Endosulfan intoxication led to the significant depletion in total protein, albumin, gamma globulin and a-gamma globulin, with elevation in albumin/globulin ratio.
Plasma fractions--albumin, antihemophilic agents, gamma globulins, and others--are outpacing blood components in sales growth.
Agarose gel electrophoresis was used to measure prealbumin, albumin, and alpha, beta, and gamma globulins.
Latex particles coated with gamma globulin may spontaneously aggregate in dilute solutions without proteins.