C-Reactive Protein (CRP)

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Overview

CRP is a prototypic short pentraxin known to interact with the complement pathway in humans. As an increased level of CRP in serum is characteristic of acute inflammation, infection, and certain malignancies.
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Description

Description

CRP is a pentameric beta-glycoprotein (MW: 110 kD) that activates the alternate complement pathway when bound to the C-protein of pneumococci. Increased CRP is a non-specific phenomenon that accompanies all acute inflammations, infections and some malignancies.

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Q-1208
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