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Aminoacidemia (aminoacidaemia; English amino acid – amino acid + Greek haima – blood; synonym: a hyper aminoacidemia) – the increased content of one or several amino acids in blood serum. The aminoacidemia develops because of disturbance of the deaminizing function of a liver or hereditarily the caused disorders of exchange of amino acids.

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