Serial study of pregnancy-specific beta -glycoprotein in primiparous women

N. J. Karg, G. Than

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Abstract

333 blood samples of 54 healthy, primiparous women were collected prospectively between the 11th and 40th weeks of pregnancy. Serum SP1 level was measured by the electroimmunoassay method of Laurell modified and combined with a 'countercurrent pre-electrophoresis'. Serum SP1 concentration progressively increases from 8.9 μg/ml to 188.8 μg/ml between the 11th and 40th weeks of pregnancy. Circulating concentrations of pregnancy-specific beta1-glycoprotein can already be measured in the first trimester of normal pregnancy by a simple, quick electroimmunoassay. Normal pregnancy is characterized by a progressive, linear rise of the serum level of this protein.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIRCS Medical Science: Clinical Biochemistry
Pages74
Number of pages1
Volume6
Edition1-3
Publication statusPublished - 1978

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Glycoproteins
Pregnancy
Pregnancy-Specific beta 1-Glycoproteins
First Pregnancy Trimester
Serum
Electrophoresis
Blood Proteins

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Karg, N. J., & Than, G. (1978). Serial study of pregnancy-specific beta -glycoprotein in primiparous women. In IRCS Medical Science: Clinical Biochemistry (1-3 ed., Vol. 6, pp. 74)

Serial study of pregnancy-specific beta -glycoprotein in primiparous women. / Karg, N. J.; Than, G.

IRCS Medical Science: Clinical Biochemistry. Vol. 6 1-3. ed. 1978. p. 74.

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Karg, NJ & Than, G 1978, Serial study of pregnancy-specific beta -glycoprotein in primiparous women. in IRCS Medical Science: Clinical Biochemistry. 1-3 edn, vol. 6, pp. 74.
Karg NJ, Than G. Serial study of pregnancy-specific beta -glycoprotein in primiparous women. In IRCS Medical Science: Clinical Biochemistry. 1-3 ed. Vol. 6. 1978. p. 74
Karg, N. J. ; Than, G. / Serial study of pregnancy-specific beta -glycoprotein in primiparous women. IRCS Medical Science: Clinical Biochemistry. Vol. 6 1-3. ed. 1978. pp. 74
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