α1-Acid glycoprotein; a subgroup of the α1-globulin fraction of blood; increased plasma levels are associated with inflammation. SYN: α1-acid glycoprotein, acid seromucoid.

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oro·so·mu·coid .ȯr-ə-sō-'myü-.kȯid n a plasma glycoprotein believed to be associated with inflammation

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or·o·so·mu·coid (or″o-so-muґkoid) α1-acid glycoprotein; see under glycoprotein.

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