Human serum albumin – dark

Free Illustration of a human serum albumin as a surface model with indicated ribbon model on a dark background. Human serum albumin is the human form of albumin which is found in the blood. It is produced in the liver and binds water to itself in the blood vessels, controlling colloid osmotic pressure. When the liver is damaged and the synthesis of albumin is reduced, the oncotic pressure decreases and edema and ascites may develop. – Illustration based on structural data from Bhattacharya, A.A., Grune, T., Curry, S.


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