Acute phase proteins with special reference to C-reactive protein and related proteins (pentaxins) and serum amyloid A protein.

@article{Pepys1983AcutePP,
  title={Acute phase proteins with special reference to C-reactive protein and related proteins (pentaxins) and serum amyloid A protein.},
  author={M. Pepys and M. Baltz},
  journal={Advances in immunology},
  year={1983},
  volume={34},
  pages={
          141-212
        }
}
The acute phase response among plasma proteins is a normal response to tissue injury and is therefore a fundamental aspect of many diverse disease processes. It probably usually has a beneficial net function in limiting damage and promoting repair but in some circumstances it may have pathological consequences. Sustained high levels of acute phase proteins and especially SAA are associated with the development of amyloidosis in some individuals. Increased concentrations of CRP may, by… Expand
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