Albumin-Globulin Ratio
(A/G Ratio)

A/G ratio is a blood test that measures the amount of albumin (a protein) in relation to the amount of globulin (a protein) in the blood. Albumin levels will decrease due to illness or disease, while globulin levels increase to maintain total blood protein levels. The A/G ratio will vary depending upon the disease, and specific ratios can be used to diagnose specific illnesses or diseases.

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Carol

Posted 2 years ago
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What is going on if tha a/g is as low as 1.3?

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Anon

Posted 2 years ago
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This page says that a ration greater than is normal, so 1.3 sounds like a normal value.

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Staci

Posted 1 years ago
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My globulin is 3.8 high and albumin/globulin ratio is 1.0 low..what does this mean?

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mmm

Posted 1 years ago
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albumin values 3,3 mg/dl. Is it low?

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