Introduction

Welcome to the Albumin Website

This website will feature discoveries regarding serum albumin, the most prevalent protein of the blood plasma. It contains an updated list of published albumin mutations with references, accession numbers for nucleotide sequences, the list of registered cases of analbuminemia with references, plus news items of general interest regarding albumin.

NOTE: Management of this website is now shared between Dr. Ulrich Kragh-Hansen, University of Aarhus, Aarhus, Denmark, and Dr. Theodore Peters, Jr., Bassett Healthcare, Cooperstown, NY, USA.

Management will pass completely to Dr. Kragh-Hansen after a short overlap period.

Comments, corrections, and news items are invited; please send to ukh@biokemi.au.dk, or to tedp@stny.rr.com.

General details about albumin are available in a recent single-author book, "All about Albumin. Biochemistry, Genetics, and Medical Applications", by Theodore Peters, Jr., 452 pp. Over 2000 references. Academic Press, San Diego, 1995, ISBN 0-12-552110-3. It has recently had a 2nd printing. It is now out of print, but copies might be available on Alibris, E-bay, or from ScienceDirect. To receive a copy of Errata for the book, please e-mail tedp@stny.rr.com. NOTICE: Readers who wish access to T. Peters' 13,000-reference albumin file for scientific use are welcome to contact him at the same email address.

TO ACCESS CONTENT, CLICK ON "RESOURCES" AND THEN ON CATEGORY DESIRED

Contact

This site was originated by:

Theodore Peters, Jr., Ph.D.,

Assisted by Eugene W. Hohowachuk, Ph.D.

 

 

Comments, corrections, and new items are still welcome.

Please email me at tedp@stny.rr.com