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Some of the cardiac biomarkers include creatine kinase (CK) MB, troponins (cTnI and cTnT), BNP, NT-proBNP, GFAP, H-FABP, LDH isoenzymes, D-dimer, IMA, MPO, myoglobin, and sCD40L.
5763/14 panel for the quantitative determination of bnp, ckmb, myoglobin, d-dimer troponin iy
Muscle tissue from stranded animals was analyzed to determine myoglobin concentration and muscle fiber type.
maltaromaticum involved in accessing iron in myoglobin was examined by evaluating the production of siderophores using a chrome azurol S (CAS) assay, and by examining the ability to bind heme, an iron compound, by growing the culture in a medium containing hematin.
In this prospective study, the diagnostic validity of qualitatively-determined H-FABP has been investigated for the detection of MMD in patients presenting with NSTE-ACS and diagnostic performance of H-FABP was compared with myoglobin results.
] value of meat color is correlated with the concentration of myoglobin (heme pigment) in skeletal muscle (Beriain et al.
In rhabdomyolysis, precipitation of myoglobin is enhanced in an acidic environment causing renal dysfunction (1).
Prof Cossins said: "This was such an unexpected finding because myoglobin is the world's most famous protein.