Serum haptoglobin levels in ocular Behçet disease and acute phase proteins in the course of Behçet disease

@inproceedings{YALINDA2008SerumHL,
  title={Serum haptoglobin levels in ocular Behçet disease and acute phase proteins in the course of Behçet disease},
  author={F. N. YALÇINDA and A. YALÇINDA and O. ÇA and Layan and {\"O}. {\"O}ZDEM},
  year={2008}
}
  • F. N. YALÇINDA, A. YALÇINDA, +2 authors Ö. ÖZDEM
  • Published 2008
Inflammation is a complex process accompanied by a large number of changes. Acute phase proteins (APPs) are soluble molecules whose blood concentrations increase during certain inflammatory states. Acute phase reactants have long been used as clinical indicators of active disease. Although these proteins are also called acute phase reactants, their levels are also elevated during chronic inflammatory states. Acute phase proteins include C reactive protein (CRP), serum amyloid A (SAA), α1… CONTINUE READING

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