Muhammad Imran Qadir, Nimrah Yamin and Nouman Ijaz*
Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, Bahauddin Zakariya University,
*Corresponding Author: Nouman Ijaz, Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Pakistan.
Received: December 23, 2019; Published: January 10, 2020
Our research was to estimate the effect of aggressiveness on the level of proteins in the urine. For that purpose, we took 100 students presently studying in Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan, Pakistan. Urine test was performed to evaluate the proteins level in the urine, Proteinuria is a situation where an individual has an abnormal quantity of protein in the urine. It is a sign of kidney disorder. Normal kidneys do not let distinct quantity of protein to move through their filters. In some cases, kidney disorder cause damaging of filters that can cause proteins e.g. albumin to move from blood and leak into the urine. The normal level of protein in urine is not more than 30mg per gram. If protein level is greater than 30mg/g then the individual has kidney disease. Trauma, infections, drugs, toxins and abnormality in immune system also cause kidney damage thus leading to proteinuria. Aggressiveness is a kind of hostile behavior in which one person is harmed mentally or physically by another person. In some cases, aggression is given through words spoken by a person. This class of aggression cause many problems. It destroys the relation between persons. It was concluded from the current studies that mostly aggressive females had proteins in their urine. So, their aggressive behavior had some connection with the protein level in the urine. On the other side, mostly non-aggressive males had proteins in their urine. So, in this case non-aggressive behavior of males is linked with the urine protein level.
Keywords: Proteins; Urine Test; Aggressiveness; Hostile
Citation: Nouman Ijaz., et al. “Analytical Study to Observe the Effect of Aggressiveness on Urine Protein Level". Acta Scientific Medical Sciences 4.2 (2020): 108-109.
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