Comparison of several methods for semiquantitative determination of urinary protein.

  • W L Gyure
  • Published 1977 in Clinical chemistry


Two types of urine protein dipsticks and the sulfosalicylic acid method were compared for their accuracy and specificity, with use of urine samples supplemented with various proteins. Dipsticks yield accurate results when the protein under consideration is restricted to albumin; the sulfosalicylic acid method accurately determines many kinds of proteins in… (More)


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