tropinin

tropinin

a protein aggregate in thin muscle filaments.
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He paused at that, for he saw his father wince at the picture like a man physically struck; and again there was silence.
A picture by famous 19th century Russian painter Vasily Tropinin Portrait of Prince Alexander S.
They established limits of detection for a cardiac tropinin I concentration of 1 fg/mL in low ionic strength buffer or 30 fg/mL in undiluted serum.
A transthoracic echocardiograph showed severe biventricular failure (ejection fraction 5%-10%); peak tropinin level was 6 mg/dL.
Our laboratory successfully improved turnaround time of our tropinin-I assay by using a tabletop centrifuge exclusively for processing tropinin specimens collected in lithium heparin.
Stites tells the lamentable tale of the artist Tropinin (1776-1851) who was an enslaved boy on a large estate during his formative period.
These markets, all FDS approved, are CK-MB, Myoglobin and Tropinin I.
C-reactive protein, Depletion, (42), 2009 (c) myeloid-related fractionation protein 14, myeloperoxidase, cardiac troponin I, cardiac tropinin T, N-terminal prohormone B-type natriuretic Anderson and Hunter 47 (a) None or with (43), 2006 (c) depletion Kuzyk et al.
Cardiac history=no pre-existing cardiac disease, (+) Cardiac disease=pre-existing cardiac disease, (-) Troponin I=no elevation of troponin I, (+) Tropinin I=elevation of tropinin I, n=number of patients in each group.
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