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Term:
abnormal circulating protein level (MP:0005416)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
abnormal acute phase protein level +   
abnormal alpha-fetoprotein level +   
abnormal apolipoprotein level +   
abnormal blood gas level +   
abnormal blood osmolality +   
abnormal blood oxygen capacity +   
abnormal blood pH regulation +   
abnormal blood urea nitrogen level +   
abnormal blood uric acid level +   
abnormal cholinesterase level 
abnormal circulating amino acid level +   
abnormal circulating ammonia level +   
abnormal circulating bicarbonate level +   
abnormal circulating bilirubin level +   
abnormal circulating fructosamine level +   
abnormal circulating glucose level +   
abnormal circulating hormone level +   
abnormal circulating hyaluronic acid level 
abnormal circulating ketone body level +   
abnormal circulating lactate level +   
abnormal circulating lipid level +   
abnormal circulating lipoprotein level +   
abnormal circulating mineral level +   
abnormal circulating protein level +   
anomaly in the amount in the blood of any of the macromolecules consisting of long chains of amino acids in peptide linkage
abnormal collagen level +   
abnormal complement protein level +   
abnormal dystrophin level +  
abnormal guanylate cyclase activating protein-2 level +  
abnormal haptoglobin level +   
abnormal hemostasis +   
abnormal intercellular signaling peptide or protein level +   
abnormal phospholipase A2 level +   
abnormal renal protein reabsorption +   
abnormal UDP-N-acetylglucosamine-1-phosphotransferase level +  
cyanosis  
proteinosis +   
uremia +   

Synonyms
Broad Synonyms: abnormal protein level
Definition Sources: ISBN:0-683-40008-8, MGI:cwg

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