Plasma proteins

Range Table - link gram/ml plasma
Organism Human Homo sapiens
Reference Krebs HA. Chemical composition of blood plasma and serum. Annu Rev Biochem. 1950 19: 409-30. p.415 table VPubMed ID14771836
Primary Source See refs beneath table
Comments P.415 2nd paragraph to p.417 top paragraph:"Plasma proteins-The progress in the fractionation of plasma proteins has been reviewed in a recent volume of this series (ref 78) and need not be discussed in full. Only quantitative aspects of the concentration of the various plasma protein components are considered here. Data are given in tables V and VI, the former listing the concentrations of the main six electrophoretic fractions, the latter the main components obtained by the Harvard School (primary sources 82, 83 in BNID 112317) with the ethanol fractionation method. Of the 25 fractions or more, which Cohn and his team (primary sources 82, 83 in BNID 112317) have separated, those for which quantitative information on the concentration is available are included in table VI [BNID 112317]." P.415 note above table:"Representative values for the concentration of electrophoretic fractions of human plasma protein [primary sources]."
Entered by Uri M
ID 112316