C-reactive-protein



a globulin that increases in concentration in the bloodstream during infectious states and other abnormal conditions.
Abbreviation: CRP.
C-reactive protein
(sē’rē-āk’tĭv)
An antibody found in the blood in certain acute and chronic conditions including infections and cancers. It is a nonspecific indicator of inflammation and therefore not diagnostic of any one disease.

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