Protein 1 (Clara cell protein) serum levels in healthy subjects and patients with bacterial pneumonia.

@article{Nomori1995Protein1,
  title={Protein 1 (Clara cell protein) serum levels in healthy subjects and patients with bacterial pneumonia.},
  author={Hiroaki Nomori and Hirotoshi Horio and Gentarou Fuyuno and Riichirou Kobayashi and Shojiroh Morinaga and Y Hirabayashi},
  journal={American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine},
  year={1995},
  volume={152 2},
  pages={
          746-50
        }
}
Serum levels of protein 1 (P1), a Clara cell secretory protein, were studied in 942 healthy subjects in relation to sex, age, and smoking habits and in 117 patients with bacterial pneumonia in relation to prognosis. P1 values in bacterial pneumonia patients at disease onset were compared with those in 234 healthy control subjects matched by sex and age. P1 values in healthy males were highest in those 30 to 39 yr of age and highest in healthy females > or = 70 yr of age but lowest in those 30… CONTINUE READING

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