indirect reacting bilirubin

in·di·rect re·act·ing bil·i·ru·bin

the fraction of serum bilirubin which has not been conjugated with glucuronic acid in the liver cell; so called because it reacts with the Ehrlich diazo reagent only when alcohol is added; increased levels are found in hepatic disease and hemolytic conditions.

in·di·rect re·act·ing bil·i·ru·bin

(in'di-rekt' rē-ak'ting bil'i-rū'bin)
The fraction of serum bilirubin that has not been conjugated with glucuronic acid in the liver cell; so called because it reacts with the Ehrlich diazo reagent only when alcohol is added; increased levels are found in hepatic disease and hemolytic conditions.
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Removal of indirect reacting bilirubin by albumin binding during intermittent peritoneal dialysis in the newborn.