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Clinical Chemistry

One group of enzymes that cleave starch, glycogen, and other glucans
Mineral important for blood clotting, enzyme activation, lactation, functioning of nerves and heart, and firmness of bones
Substance occurring in animal tissue, egg yolk, various oils, fat from liver, kidney, and adrenal glands
Substance that in a solution conducts an electric current and is decomposed by by its passage
Movement of charged particles through the medium in which they are dispersed as a result of changes electrical potential
Proteins that change rate of chemical reactions without needing external energy source or being changed themselves
Absence from food, usually voluntary
Fasting blood sugar. Testing blood glucose level after period of fasting
Simple sugar that is the end product of carbohydrate
Test for diabetes mellitus and other disorders of carbohydrate metabolism
High density lipoprotein also known as good cholesterol
Destroying red blood cell
Condition marked by yellow staining of body tissue and fluids m, as a result of excessive levels of bilirubin in blood stream
Low density lipoprotein aka bad cholesterol
Fat splitting enzyme found in blood pancreatic secretion and tissue
Death of cell or microorganisms, caused by antibodies, enzymes, or other substance
Mineral element found in soft tissue, muscles, bones, and to some extent bodily fluids
Inorganic element or compound occurring in nature
Measurement of light using rays
Mineral element that serves as a principal ion in intracellular fluids and as an important electrolyte in extracellular fluid
compounds that is synthesized by all living organisms and yield amino acids when hydrolyzed
Most abundant ion in extracellular fluids
Estimated of coloring in a matter by using a spectroscope
Any combination of glycerol with three of five different fatty acids
Created by: Amberpk15



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