heat coagulation test

heat co·ag·u·la·tion test

a test for measurement of protein in urine; albumin and globulin are coagulated by heat at an acid pH, and the amount of turbidity present provides a qualitative estimation of the degree of proteinuria.
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Heat coagulation test, sulfosalicylic acid test, and heller's nitric acid test were used qualitatively for the detection of urinary protein.
Among the qualitative tests, the heat coagulation test was found to be most sensitive one for the detection of the protein in urine.