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pl. n. a group of regulatory proteins found in muscle. Cardiac-specific forms (troponins T and I) may be detected in the blood between 4 hours and 14 days after heart muscle damage, and thus constitute highly sensitive and specific tests for the detection of myocardial infarction.

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