Specific proteins

Proteins in the body form the structure of cells, enzymes and hormones that regulate body functions; They are involved in the transport of nutrients and drugs throughout the body and in the elimination of metabolic wastes from the body and also, provide protection of the body from infections. Protein testing provides a unique combination of wide clinical significance and availability. Thus, the detection and analysis of proteins has enormous diagnostic potential. Specific proteins are valuable markers for a variety of diseases, including microbial infections, inflammatory response, risk of heart disease, and even cancer.

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