Glucose and Fluoxetine Induce Fine Structural Change in Human Serum Albumin

@inproceedings{Shahani2013GA,
  title={ Glucose and Fluoxetine Induce Fine Structural Change in Human Serum Albumin },
  author={Minoo Shahani and Fatemeh Daneshi-Mehr and Roya Tadayon and Behrooz Hoseinzade Salavati and Ali-Reza Akbar Zadeh-Baghban and Abbas Zamanian and Mostafa Rezaei-Tavirani},
  booktitle={Iranian journal of pharmaceutical research : IJPR},
  year={2013}
}
Human serum albumin has been used as a model protein for protein folding and ligand binding studies over many decades. Due to its long life period and high concentration in plasma, HSA is highly sensitive to glycation. It is reported that 175 mg/dL glucose concentration is a threshold of kidney activity for the beginning of excretion of glucose. pH… CONTINUE READING