Reference intervals for plasma-free amino acid in a Japanese population.

  title={Reference intervals for plasma-free amino acid in a Japanese population.},
  author={Hiroyuki Yamamoto and Kazuhiro Kondo and Takayuki Tanaka and Takahiko Muramatsu and Hiroo Yoshida and Akira Imaizumi and Kenji Nagao and Yasushi Noguchi and Hiroshi Miyano},
  journal={Annals of clinical biochemistry},
  volume={53 Pt 3},
BACKGROUND Plasma amino acid concentrations vary with various diseases. Although reference intervals are useful in daily clinical practice, no reference intervals have been reported for plasma amino acids in a large Japanese population. METHODS Reference individuals were selected from 7685 subjects examined with the Japanese Ningen Dock in 2008. A total of 1890 individuals were selected based on exclusion criteria, and the reference samples were selected after the outlier samples for each… CONTINUE READING
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