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Albumin-globulinovy Coefficient (AGC)

The Albumin-globulinovy Coefficient (AGC) – one of indicators of a condition of protein metabolism of an organism, is expressed by the attitude of amount of albumine towards amount of globulins in biological liquids (cerebrospinal liquid, blood serum). Albumin-globulinovy the coefficient has predictive and diagnostic value.

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