Globulin

What is Globulin?

Globulin is a serum protein or a type of protein present in blood. Proteins are essential for various functions in body and a certain level of proteins shall be present in the blood to meet the requirements of various organs. Albumin & Globulin are two major proteins produced by the liver.

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What does 4.03 g/dL Globulin, serum by calculation indicate? is it normal?
What about 1-2 per hpf pus cells in stool? is it...

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Seems normal. Need to discuss the symptoms for correlation.

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A serum globulin...

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blood test for gama globulin is 0.4 g.dl /what does that mean?

I do take med's for other...

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value of gamma globulin is low, but mention the complete SPE report.

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Hi, I recently had bloods tested for pre-employment medical, some results where out of range, Globulin = 18gl range is...

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Your findings may suggests marginally decreased globulin level.

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