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Serum inflammatory proteins and cognitive decline in older persons. Dik MG1, Jonker C, Hack CE, Smit JH, Comijs HC, Eikelenboom P.
Serum inflammatory proteins and frontal lobe dysfunction in patients with cardiovascular risk factors. Hoshi T1, Yamagami H, Furukado S, Miwa K, Tanaka M, Sakaguchi M, Sakoda S, Kitagawa K.
Serum protein electrophoresis is used to identify patients with multiple myeloma and other serum protein disorders. Electrophoresis separates proteins based on their physical properties, and the subsets of these proteins are used in interpreting the results. Plasma protein levels display reasonably predictable changes in response to acute inflammation, malignancy, trauma, necrosis, infarction, burns, and chemical injury. A homogeneous spike-like peak in a focal region of the gamma-globulin zone indicates a monoclonal gammopathy. Monoclonal gammopathies are associated with a clonal process that is malignant or potentially malignant, including multiple myeloma, Waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia, solitary plasmacytoma, smoldering multiple myeloma, monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance, plasma cell leukemia, heavy chain disease, and amyloidosis. The quantity of M protein, the results of bone marrow biopsy, and other characteristics can help differentiate multiple myeloma from the other causes of monoclonal gammopathy. In contrast, polyclonal gammopathies may be caused by any reactive or inflammatory process.
Recent results regarding C-reactive protein (CRP) point to a similar status in adolescents; however, studies of associations of the serum inflammatory proteins.
Conclusions: This population-based study showed that the serum inflammatory protein.