plasma protein


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plasma protein

A protein present in blood plasma, such as albumin or globulin.
See also: protein
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Changes in plasma protein binding have little clinical relevance.
However, the high plasma protein binding (about 95%) may limit the exposure.
In human plasma, at a concentration of 20 ng/mL MDMA, it was found that 41% and 44% of (-)-(R)-MDMA and (+)-(S)-MDMA, respectively, were bound to plasma proteins. A tenfold increase of MDMA to 200 ng/mL resulted in a slight increase in binding to 51% for both (-)-(R)-MDMA and (+)-(S)-MDMA.
A comparison between feeding peptide and plasma protein on the nursery pig growth performance and intestinal health.
Biomolecular research proves that with the additional of several seminal plasma proteins can improve the fertilization process, cell survival and has a positive role to the process of spermatozoa capacitation and acrosomal reaction [4].
Standardizing plasma protein measurements worldwide: a challenging enterprise.
Tsunoo, "Pharmacokinetics and plasma protein binding of tamsulosin hydrochloride in rats, dogs, and humans," Drug Metabolism and Disposition, vol.
Therefore it is necessary to study the drug interaction mediated by metabolic enzymes, transport proteins, or plasma protein binding, so as to clarify the pharmacokinetic compatibility mechanism of SGD.
Recently, an updated reference database of human plasma proteins was released from the Human Proteome Organization which includes 1929 nonredundant protein sequences [10].
While the final FDA Safety and Innovation Act does not include biological products in the advanced notification requirements in its drug shortage provisions, it authorizes the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to apply these requirements to biological products including plasma protein therapies and their recombinant analogs by regulation if it would benefit public health.
Pregnancy associated plasma protein A as a marker of Acute Coronary Syndromes.
As outlined above, while red cell usage in the established countries decreases (15), the demand for plasma protein therapies continues to rise (Fig.