Definition - What does globulin mean?
Globulin is a group of blood proteins produced by the liver and the immune system. It is a key component of proteins that make up cells, enzymes, tissues and organs. There are approximately 60 types of globulins that each perform specific functions in helping to support the immune system, assist in blood clotting, and aid circulation.
SureHire explains globulin
Globulin in the human body is typically measured when a comprehensive metabolic panel (CMP) is ordered during a routine health check. The globulin levels are used as indicators of potential health issues. High globulin levels can indicate the presence of an autoimmune disease, cancerous tumors, or chronic infection. Low levels of globulin can be indicative of immune system deficiencies, malnutrition, or blood disorders. Globulin levels can be increased through medication or through dietary adjustments by increasing specific protein intake.