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Plasma proteins

Plasma proteins

Dissolved proteins (more than 100) of blood Plasma, mainly albumins and globulins (normally 6 to 8 g/100 ml); they hold fluid in blood vessels by osmosis and include antibodies and blood-clotting proteins.

Synonym: serum proteins.

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by gqh
Sat May 12, 2012 8:27 am
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Topic: Glycocalyx
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