98 g/dL total plasma protein
concentration, although no significant differences were observed between Jersey and Holstein calves.
Ascertainment baselines for hematology, total plasma protein
and fibrinogen concentrations are important and essential for identifying the breed's physiological benchmarks and the variations therein, as well as for the correct interpretation of laboratory tests used to help diagnose diseases (BALARIN et al.
plasma glucose, total plasma protein
, plasma creatinine, plasma urea nitrogen plasma sodium, plasma potassium and plasma chloride.
There was up to 50% decrease in total plasma protein
with crude venom and less than 50% decrease with fraction F7.
There is a general agreement that the total plasma protein
level may be normal in SLE.
Except when patients have been given blood or proteins intravenously, a rapid increase in total plasma protein
concentration is always due to a decrease in the volume of distribution, basically to dehydration.
Plasma glucose (Tietz, 1976), total plasma protein
(Tietz, 1995), and total plasma cholesterol (Allain, 1974) were estimated using Span diagnostic kits, India as per standard method using the Semi-auto analyzer (ERBA CHEM-5 Plus).
Effects of total plasma protein
concentration on plasma sodium, potassium, and chloride measurements by an indirect ion-selective electrode measuring system.
Significant enhancement of plasma albumin level and reduction of the total plasma protein
level resulted in an increment of the albumin/globulin ratio.
2010), whereas variation in total plasma protein
is an indicator of osmotic imbalance (WEDEMEYER, 1996).
Hematologic and total plasma protein
profiles were determined for 33 free-living nestling parrots in Parana state, Brazil.
His total plasma protein
was 110 g/L, his serum cholesterol was 3.