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Underestimation of albumin content by bromocresol green, induced by drug displacers and uremia.

Phenylbutazone and clofibric acid, two drugs strongly bound to human albumin, produce low readings of albumin content in serum when the bromocresol green immediate reaction is used. This abnormality is observed at drug concentrations within the range obtained during therapeutic use, and tends to be more marked in diluted samples of serum. Abnormally low values of albumin content are also obtained when the bromocresol green method is used in uremic sera, and the disparity seems related to the degree of carbamylation of these samples. The reported interferences are great enough in some cases as to suggest that the use of the immediate reaction between bromocresol green and serum should not be considered a valid measure of albumin content when these factors cannot be totally excluded.[1]

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  1. Underestimation of albumin content by bromocresol green, induced by drug displacers and uremia. Calvo, R., Carlos, R., Erill, S. International journal of clinical pharmacology, therapy, and toxicology. (1985) [Pubmed]
 
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