Alpha-1-Mikroglobulin in Urin und Serum bei Proteinurie und Niereninsuffizienz

@article{Weber1985Alpha1MikroglobulinIU,
  title={Alpha-1-Mikroglobulin in Urin und Serum bei Proteinurie und Niereninsuffizienz},
  author={Mathias H. Weber and Paula Scholz and Werner Stibbe and Fritz Scheler},
  journal={Klinische Wochenschrift},
  year={1985},
  volume={63},
  pages={711-717}
}
SummaryAlpha-1-microglobulin (alpha-1-m) is a low molecular weight glycoprotein (mw 25–33 KD) that is filtered through the glomeruli and reabsorbed in the proximal parts of the renal tubules where it is catabolized. Normal ranges were established for alpha-1-m (100 healthy controls) in serum (20–42 mg/l) and urine (3.5–8 mg/l). Alpha-1-m was then measured in 341 urine samples whose protein pattern had been classified as “pathologic” and “normal” according to microelectrophoresis. Increased… CONTINUE READING
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