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Re: Possible Test For Yeast Removal by Liver?
 
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Re: Possible Test For Yeast Removal by Liver?


"...so large increases in GG may or may not be enough to produce a significant increase in the overall Globulin level. Perhaps someone can answer this."

For those who've had just the standard blood panels (and not a SPEP), an Albumin/Globulin Ratio is often indicated. Per the link below, "A high A/G ratio (>2.3) suggests underproduction of immunoglobulins (Gamma Globulins)." Looking to the inverse, it does not explicitly state that a low A/G ratio (<1.1) suggests overproduction of Gamma Globulins, but such a conclusion might be logical..? Not as accurate as a SPEP of course, but perhaps a starting point?
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"...so large increases in GG may or may not be enough to produce a significant increase in the overall Globulin level. Perhaps someone can answer this."

For those who've had just the standard standard blood panels (and not a SPEP), an Albumin/Globulin Ratio is often indicated. Per the link below, "A high A/G ratio (>2.3) suggests underproduction of immunoglobulins (Gamma Globulins)." Looking to the inverse, it does not explicitly state that a low A/G ratio (<1.1) suggests overproduction of Gamma Globulins, but such a conclusion might be logical..? Not as accurate as a SPEP of course, but perhaps a starting point?

http://labtestsonline.org/understanding/analytes/tp/test.html

 

 
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