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Albumin is a protein found in blood. It is produced by the liver and helps maintain the body's fluid balance. A blood test measuring albumin levels can provide important information about the health of the liver and kidneys. Low levels of albumin may indicate liver or kidney disease, malnutrition, or inflammation. A high albumin level may be a sign of dehydration or excess protein intake.


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Biomarkers for Male Runners

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