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HSDR1 is a member of the albumin gene family, which is comprised of four genes that localize to chromosome 4 in a tandem arrangement.
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Results provide evidence that afamin (show AFM Antibodies) could promote glycometabolism by up-regulating the glucose metabolism key enzymes in papillary thyroid carcinoma.
Data suggest that up-regulation of AFM (show AFM Antibodies) levels in serum in women with polycystic ovary syndrome can be used as a biological markers of those women with increased risk of developing metabolic syndrome, especially those with insulin (show INS Antibodies) resistance.
A linear increase in afamin (show AFM Antibodies) during pregnancy may serve as basic reference for subsequent investigations of afamin (show AFM Antibodies) in pregnancy-related disorders.
Afamin (show AFM Antibodies) levels were altered significantly in the peritoneal fluid of women with endometriosis compared with disease-free controls.
Binding of bilirubin with human serum albumin (show ALB Antibodies) was studied by absorption, fluorescence and CD spectroscopy
The protein structure of afamin (show AFM Antibodies) has been determined by homology modeling and its in vitro binding properties confirmed by docking calculations on the proposed structure.
afamin (show AFM Antibodies) might be a new family member of binding/transport proteins contributing to alpha-tocopherol homeostasis at the blood-brain barrier
Reduced Afamin (show AFM Antibodies) expression is associated with ovarian cancer.
This gene is a member of the albumin gene family, which is comprised of four genes that localize to chromosome 4 in a tandem arrangement. These four genes encode structurally-related serum transport proteins that are known to be evolutionarily related. The protein encoded by this gene is regulated developmentally, expressed in the liver and secreted into the bloodstream.