Johnwen wrote:THINK POSITIVE!!!!!
You'll be back and happy about IT!!!
You'll probably feel a whole lot better too!
of course this is after the pain of healing!!
ofonorow wrote:So now I know why the measure albumin My question to her, you johnwen, and others, what can I do to get my albumin level normal in time for surgery? (Her answer was diet, and after I post this, I'll look for the foods I should be taking. Any other ideas welcome.)
Since it’s a Mineralcorticoid where it picks up either a =O or -OH and will become a aldehyde with a location at the C21 position.
Now it can bind covalently with the guanidine groups of proteins.
This can and does establish a immunogenic steroid-protein compound.
Well Albumin with Cortisol or 16a-hydroxyestrone results in the formation of covalent steroid-protein adducts. Under non reducing conditions, a stable adduct forms with cortisol or 16a-hydroxyestrone but not with estrone , which lacks a hydroxyl group adjacent to the reactive carbonyl. It is hypothesized that a Heyns rearrangement involving the adjacent hydroxyl group traps the Schiff base and produces a stable ketoamine adduct. The binding of 16a-hydroxyestrone or cortisol to albumin is significantly inhibited by acetylsalicylic acid (Asprin),
which has been shown to acetylate an E-amino group of a lysine residue in albumin.
Now that I read the report JOHNWEN, I do see things that don't seem exactly perfect... Should I be worried?)
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