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Value of a1-acid glycoprotein in the diagnosis of feline infectious peritonitis.
a1-Acid glycoprotein: an acute phase protein with inflammatory and immunomodulating properties.
This method is based on the measurement of the plasma concentrations of albumin, a1-acid glycoprotein, and CRP.
Total cholesterol was measured by the automated cholesterol oxidase: p-aminophenazone (CHOD-PAP) method, CRP and a1-acid glycoprotein by turbidimetric methods (Modular PP, Roche), and lymphocyte counts by ADVIA 120 (Bayer).
After injection of LPS, the level of the plasma acute phase proteins, including hemopexin and a1-acid glycoprotein, increase at 12 h, reach the highest level at 24 h and decline thereafter (Kevyn et al., 2001).