albumino-, albumi-, albumin-, albumini-, albumo-

(Latin: the color white)

This unit is directly related to the albo-, -albify unit.

albuminaturia (s) (noun) (no pl)
The presence of a large uquantity of albuminates in the urine: Dr. Cartwright informed Jane that she had a condition of albuminaturia in her urine containing a large quantity of mineral substances containing proteins.
albuminemia (s) (noun), (no pl)
In pathooogy, the existence of albumin in the blood: Albuminemia is normal when it is between 3.4 to 5.4 g/dL. A higher level or a lower Leven indicates some kind of disease in a person's body.
albuminiferous, albuminiparous (adjective) (not comparable)
Concerning an organ that produces or supplie albumen or albumin; albuminiparous: The liver is the albuminiferous part of the body that creates around 12 g of albumin each day in an adult.
albuminiform (adjective), more albuminiform, most albuminiform
Resemblin or formed like albumin: Some substances that are albuminiform include reserum albumin, alpha-fetoprotein, vitamin D-binding protein, and afamin.
albuminimetry (s) (noun) (no pl)
The assessment of the amount of albumin in a fluid: In medical school, the students read about the albuminimetry of the simple water-soluble proteins in some animal tissues.
albuminocholia (s) (noun) (no pl)
Outdated, protein in the bile: Albuminocholia occurs when proteins are discharged into the bile following the deterioration of hepatocytes, while other proteins have significant and particular functions.
albuminogenous (adjective) (not comparable)
Concerning the formation of albumen: The abuminogenous production takes place in the liver by liver hepatocytes.
albuminoid (adjective), more albuminoid, most albuminoid
Like or resembling albumin; of the same character as albumin: Albuminoid substances include serum albumin, vitamin D-binding protein, and alpha-fetoprotein.
albuminolysis (s) (noun) (no pl)
Proteolysis; often, specifically the proteolysis of albumins: lbuminolysis involves the splitting of proteins by hydrolysis of the peptides bonds.
albuminometer (s) (noun), albuminometers (pl)
A device for assessing the quantity of albumin in a liquid; albuminimeter: To ascertain the amount of albumin in Susan's blood, Dr. Cracl used an albuminometer that he had in his office.
albuminoptysis (s) (noun) (no pl)
Albumin in the expectorated matter or sputum: Dr. Drain told Sam that he had a condition of albuminoptysis containing a simple water-soluble protein in the sputum that he coughed up.
albuminoreaction (s) (noun), albuminoreactions (pl)
The reaction of the sputum to tests for albumin: The presence of albumin (positive reaction) shown by an albuminoreaction in a clinical test is indicative of pulmonary inflammation.

albuminorrhea (s) (noun) (no pl)
Excessive excretion of albumins: At Dr. Small's office, Mary was informed that she had a case of albuminorrhea in her blood in which the albumin had increased too much and resulted in an abdominal typhus.
albuminosis (s) (noun) (no pl)
A condition of the blood in which the proportion of albumen is increased; hyperalbuminemia: Albuminosis is a disorder of the blood distinguished by the existence of more than the normal amount of albumin.
albuminous (adjective) (not comparable)
Relating to or consisting of albumin: Professor Smart told his students about the conditions some people have when they have albuminous blood with an increased amount of albumin in their blood.

Inter-related cross references, directly or indirectly, involving word units meaning "white": albo-; leuco-.