PRODUCTS - Inflammatory series- Serum amyloid A antibody(SAA)

Serum amyloid A antibody(SAA)

Serum amyloid is an acute phase protein produced by human hepatocytes and secreted into human serum. It is usually used to detect inflammatory markers in human acute reactions. If the human body is under normal conditions, the content of serum amyloid in the blood is relatively small, generally 0-10mg/l, but when the human body is infected by Mycoplasma, bacteria and other viruses, the body is stimulated by antigens, resulting in the stimulation of liver cells in the patient, which will synthesize a large amount of serum amyloid and enter the patient's blood. However, after the action of the corresponding antigen, the content of human serum amyloid will gradually decline. When the range of serum amyloid protein increases or decreases in human body, it may indicate that the patient has corresponding inflammation or other infections.


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