AFP

Advanced Function Presentation [IBM] + Advanced Function Printing + Appletalk Filing Protocol [Macintosh]

AFP

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for α-fetoproteins. See: fetoproteins
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AFP

Advanced Function Printing—IBM print method using software to merge text and forms.
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AFP

Apple Filing Protocol
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AFP

American Family Physician [periodical, périodique]
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AFP

Association Française des Polyarthritiques
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AFP

Synonym for alpha-fetoprotein ... <protein, tumour marker> A protein substance that is normally produced by the liver cells. ... It is one of the first alpha-globulins to appear in mammalian sera during development of the embryo and the dominant serum proteins in early embryonic life. They reappear in the adult serum during certain pathologic...
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AFP

alpha-fetoprotein.
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AFP

A protein produced by a developing fetus that is present in amniotic fluid and in the mother's blood. The early blood test is called the triple screen and should be performed between the 15th and 18th week of pregnancy. Abnormal levels of AFP can indicate abnormalities in the fetus. Elevated levels would be a sign of a neural tube defect and lo...
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AFP

A protein normally produced by a fetus. AFP levels are usually undetectable in the blood of healthy adult men or women (who are not pregnant). An elevated level of AFP suggests the presence of either a primary liver cancer or germ cell tumor. Also called alpha-fetoprotein.
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AFP

see alpha-fetoprotein.
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