Also Known As: CSF protein
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Protein in cerebrospinal fluid; components are similar to those in blood plasma
CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE: Used to investigate possible diseases of the central nervous system.
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REFERENCE INTERVALS FOR ADULTS: 12-60 mg/dl
INCREASE IN: Meningitis, tumor of brain or spinal cord, multiple sclerosis, Guillain-Barre syndrome
DECREASE IN: NA.