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Reference range (albumin)

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Albumin is an important plasma protein with a molecular weight of 66 000. It is synthesised by hepatocytes and has a normal plasma concentration of 35 to 50 g per litre. It has a half life in plasma of 20 days.

Note that different laboratories may vary with respect to their reference ranges.

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