Liver cells and serum genetical components hapto globin alpha 1 anti trypsin and gc globulin phenotypes

Taoka, Y.; Endo, T.

Journal of UOEH 2(1): 85-98

1980


ISSN/ISBN: 0387-821X
Accession: 005819817

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Abstract
Humans (268) with various liver diseases were investigated to determine haptoglobin, .alpha.1-antitrypsin and Gc-globulin phenotypes, which are genetic factors and markers in human sera. These observations are considered to be useful in predicting the possibility of outbreaks of liver diseases, revelation and outcome of clinical manifestations and prognosis of patients with liver injuries.