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  • [Serum protein electrophoresis: study of 410 electrophoretic profiles]. [Case Reports]
    Pan Afr Med J 2019; 32:161Bouayadi O, Bensalah M, … Choukri M
  • Serum protein electrophoresis (SPE) is a routine analysis in the daily practice of a medical biology laboratory. This study aimed to analyze the different electrophoretic profiles seen in our current practice. We conducted a cross-sectional study of 410 serum samples collected during the routine analyses in the Laboratory of Biochemistry at the University Hospital Mohammed VI in Oujda. Serum prot…
  • Alagille syndrome: a case report. [Case Reports]
    Ann Biol Clin (Paris) 2018; 76(6):675-680Benabed Y, Chaillou E, … Homedan C
  • We report the case of an infant hospitalized for neonatal anoxic ischemia in whom the diagnosis of Alagille syndrome (SAG ; MIM # 118450) was suspected in the presence of major cholestasis, cardiac malformations, suggestive facial dysmorphia, and vertebral and ocular abnormalities. This diagnosis was later confirmed by the detection of a heterozygous pathogenic variant in the gene JAG1, i.e. the …
  • Bisalbuminemia: A Rare Finding on Serum Electrophoresis. [Journal Article]
    Indian J Hematol Blood Transfus 2018; 34(3):558-559Agarwal P, Parkash A, … Mehta A
  • Bisalbuminemia is an uncommon finding that is seen as bifid albumin peak on serum protein electrophoresis. We report here this unusual finding in an adult male diagnosed with multiple myeloma on routine workup.
  • [Bisalbuminemia: A case report]. [Case Reports]
    Rev Med Interne 2018; 39(12):950-954Lefrère B, Dedôme E, … Vest P
  • CONCLUSIONS: The diagnosis of genetic bisalbuminemia is made by first eliminating the usual acquired etiologies: analytical or drug interference, acute pancreatitis and binding of immunoglobulins. Then, after having checked the lipemic index, reviewed the patient's medical history, comorbidities, and treatments, repeating the electrophoresis will help identify the cause of the bisalbuminemia.
  • [Bisalbuminemia: A Rare Variant of Albumin]. [Case Reports]
    Acta Med Port 2017; 30(4):330-333Garcez C, Carvalho S
  • CONCLUSIONS: We describe a rare case of hereditary bisalbuminemia in a portuguese family. In general, this condition shows no pathological significance, however it is of interest to the clinicians the knowledge of this analytic change for better orientation of their patients.
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