Immunoprotein diagnostic testing measures body protein levels

Published Jul 19 


Amol Kusmude
By Amol Kusmude

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Immunoproteins are blood-borne proteins that control the body's immune responses, such as immunoglobulin, haptoglobin, and pre-alubumin. In order to diagnose medical disorders that are shown by aberrant immunoprotein activity, immunoproteins are tested. Cardiovascular illnesses, malignancies, diabetes, obesity, rheumatoid arthritis, and infectious diseases including tuberculosis, malaria, and AIDS are just a few of the disorders that can be detected through Immunoprotein Diagnostic Testing.


Immunoprotein diagnostic testing measures body protein levels


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