Author：MeCan Medical–ultrasound machine manufacturers
Specific protein, usually special protein, is a protein containing specific functions in the serum that is widely existed in serum, which performs various important biological functions. Many diseases can cause changes in serum protein, and specific proteins have become important clinical test indicators. Protein has good antigenicity and can use antigen -antibody reactions to determine proteins with a certain antigenicity, so it is also called specific protein detection.
The changes in protein are closely related to the physiological and pathological changes of many diseases, including infectious diseases. Infectious diseases refer to a major type of diseases caused by the human body infected with various pathogens (such as viruses, bacteria, fungi, and parasites). After the pathogen and the human body interaction, a series of specific proteins can be produced. These proteins can be produced by bacteria active or bacterial infection. These proteins can be used for assisting diagnosis, severity assessment, and prognosis judgment of infectious diseases.
For example, in a specific protein detection, C -reactive protein, when tissue is damaged, inflamed, or infected, C reactive protein can rise sharply within a few hours, and gradually decrease when the disease is improved. Back to normal. C reactive protein is widely used in the diagnosis and identification diagnosis of infection. It is an important indicator of differential bacteria or virus infections. It is used to evaluate the severity of the infection, the curative monitoring of antibiotics, and the C -reactive protein related to multiple pediatric infection diseases. And clinically, it is often applied to disease diagnosis with other indicators such as PCT.
Outstanding testing of specific proteins can provide important basis for clinical diagnosis, judgment, and analysis of prognosis. The dedicated to determining a specific protein instrument is called a specific protein analyzer. Specific protein analyzer detection items generally include: ultravisive C reactive protein (HS-CRP), C reactive protein (CRP), anti-link bacteria-soluble hemoride "O" (ASO), rheumatoid factors (RF), immunoglobulin ( IgA, IgG, IGM), tonic C3 (C3), tonic C4 (C4), Fiber Protein (FIB), anthrine -anticipinine peptide antibody (CCP), urine trace white protein (MALB), etc.