human albumin


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human albumin

A sterile solution of serum albumin obtained from healthy blood donors. It is administered intravenously to restore blood volume.
See also: albumin
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4.1.2 2010-2015 Human Albumin Price by Key Manufacturers 36
The search focused on randomised, controlled trials (RCTs), quasi-RCTs and randomised, crossover studies investigating the use of human albumin, alone or in combination with other fluids for treatment of IDH in maintenance haemodialysis patients.
Using the particle-enhanced turbidity inhibition assay (a competitive assay) for human albumin on the DuPont aca[R], response curves for monkey albumin were shifted about 10-fold relative to human albumin, whereas the LX20 assay had nearly equivalent reactivity with monkey and human albumin (38).
As for PPL's plans to enter the lucrative human albumin market, James said producing the product in cattle avoided the risk of viral contamination that may occur when the protein is collected from human blood.
In January 1998, a 44-year-old patient in a Maine hospital underwent TPE with 5% human albumin prepared by diluting 25% human albumin 1:5 with sterile water to treat cryoglobulinemia.
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global human albumin market for 2016-2020.
Analysis of a series of human albumin dilutions was used to generate a calibration curve of AUC vs protein concentration.
The influence of the aminoglycosides on both urine and the human albumin solution was statistically significant (ANOVA, P <0.0001 for both).
Supply of 24,000 fials of human albumin of 20 % concentration.
Human albumin products brought 54.4% of all revenues or USD22.4m.

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