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Background of Clinical Indications
It is used for the auxiliary diagnosis of central nervous system infection, tuberculous meningitis, proteinuria, etc. Increased total protein content of urine is common in glomerular hyperpermeability, renal tubular reabsorption insufficiency and abnormal protein secretion, etc. The assay of cerebrospinal fluid protein and specific proteins is often used to identify an increase in the penetration of blood/brain shielding into plasma proteins or an increase in immunoglobulin secretin in the target.