Extract of the plant has been reported to modulate C-reactive protein, protein profile, ceruloplasmin and glycoprotein in experimentally induced myocardial infracted rats (Saravanan and Ponmurugan, 2012).
What does CP stand for?
CP stands for Ceruloplasmin
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Alpha-1 antitrypsin, serum ceruloplasmin, ANA, and antimitochondrial antibody studies were all negative.
Copper delivery from liver to the targeted organ is mainly performed by ceruloplasmin in blood (Holmberg and Laurell, 1947; 1948).
The elevation in Cu concentration may be due to a rise in the copper--binding capacity of ceruloplasmin and the increase in Cu may be also due to injury and subsequent necrosis of myocardial cells (40).
Laboratory analysis revealed low serum iron (17 mg/dL), high serum ferritin (1343 [micro] g/mL), low serum transferrin saturation (6%), undetectable serum ceruloplasmin (<4.
Some metals binds with proteins having a specific transport function such as transferring or ceruloplasmin.
Paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria panel, ol-antitrypsin, blood copper, ceruloplasmin, sweat test, protein C and S, antithrombin III were in normal limits.
In the intestinal mucosal cell, ferrous iron is bound by apoferritin and then oxidized by ceruloplasmin to ferric iron bound to ferritin.