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Stoffwechselstörungen

  • F. Bläker
  • H. J. Bremer
  • W. Schröter
  • J. Schaub
  • A. Fanconi
  • G. Schellong
  • W. Kübler

Zusammenfassung

Menschliches Serum enthält 6–8 g Eiweiß pro 100 ml. Davon sind ca. 4 g Albumin und 3 g Globuline. Die Globuline werden in α-, β- und γ-Globuline unterteilt.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • F. Bläker
  • H. J. Bremer
  • W. Schröter
  • J. Schaub
  • A. Fanconi
  • G. Schellong
  • W. Kübler

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