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Bence-Jones protein test

Bence-Jones protein test

Bence-Jones protein test: The Bence-Jones protein test detects urine levels of an immunoglobulin light chain (Bence-Jones protein) produced by plasma cells of patients with multiple myeloma. The immunoglobulins are separated electrophoretically and identified by specific antibodies.

Diseases Associated with Bence-Jones protein test

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