Jul 1, 1977

Acute phase reactant proteins in chronic leukaemia

Biomedicine / [publiée Pour L'A.A.I.C.I.G.]
J A ChildE H Cooper

Abstract

The levels of haptoglobin, alpha1 antitrypsin and alpha1 acid glycoprotein are moderately raised in chronic leukaemias. In CGL the level of haptoglobin and acid glycoprotein show the highest correlation with cell number, whilst no such correlations occur in CLL or CMML. There does not appear to be a relation between blood lysozyme levels and the levels of antiprotease (alpha1 antitrypsin and alpha2 macroglobulin).

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Alpha 1-Acute Phase Globulin
SERPINA1 gene
HP gene
Orosomucoid
Glycoproteins
Lysozyme Test
Chronic Disease
Cell Count
Haptoglobins
Leukemia, Monocytic, Chronic

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