Medical Definition of A1-acid glycoprotein

1. Plasma protein of mammals and birds, 38% carbohydrate. In humans a single chain glycoprotein of 39 kD. Increased levels are associated with inflammation, pregnancy and various diseases. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of A1-acid Glycoprotein

a-okay(p)
a-protein
a-schwa
a-tilt
a-vie
a-word
a.e.
a.e.t.
a.k.a.
a.l.
a.m.
a.o.b.
a.u.
a/k/a
a1-acid glycoprotein (current term)
a1-antitrypsin
a1-lipoprotein
a1-trypsin inhibitor
a11y
a1PI
a2-neuraminoglycoprotein
aDNA
aDNAs
aI1 endonuclease
aPTT
aThr
aVF
aVL
aVR

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