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How do you find the serum albumin levels in a healthy human, in a human disease state with below normal SA, and in a human disease state with abnormally high SA?  The expected value of serum albium is 0.75%

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How do you find the serum albumin levels in a healthy human, in a human disease state with below normal SA, and in a human disease state with abnormally high SA? 

 

The expected value of serum albium is 0.75%

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More than fifty percent of the total protein in the serum of human blood is albumin. Albumin is produced in the liver. The serum protein levels in a healthy human is about 6 to 8 g/dL, the normal albumin level is about 3.5 to 5.0 g/dL and the rest are globuli...

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