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Alpha-1 acid glycoprotein test

Alpha-1 acid glycoprotein test

Alpha-1 acid glycoprotein test: The alpha-1 acid glycoprotein (AAG) test is a laboratory test used to measure the blood or urine level of alpha-1 AG, which is also known as orosomucoid.

Alpha-1 acid glycoprotein test: Other Names

Other names for Alpha-1 acid glycoprotein test include:

  • AAG test
  • Alpha-1 AG test
  • Orosomucoid test

Symptoms Associated with Alpha-1 acid glycoprotein test

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Diseases Associated with Alpha-1 acid glycoprotein test

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Basic Information: Alpha-1 acid glycoprotein test

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