Bromination of albumin with stable isotope of bromine
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Among different proteins plasma proteins as the major extracellular components of the circulatory system comprise a dynamic system with varied functions. Serum albumin occupies a special position among the plasma proteins. It is the protein that is present in the largest amount in plasma where approximately one half of the protein is albumin. Albumin has been used as a general protein model in a great number of studies such as amphoteric properties, denaturation processes, conformational changes, and ion-binding properties. Albumin has three main functions. These are, colloidosmotic regulation, being an easily accessible protein reserve, and being a transport protein. [TRUNCATED]
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