They are types of proteins known as globulins that can be found in your serum (the watery part of your blood that
contains disease-fighting antibodies). These proteins are separated into 3 groups: α (alpha), β (beta),
and γ (gamma). Higher levels of α (or alpha) globulins can be a sign of inflammation or kidney disease,
whereas lower levels can be a sign of liver disease or malnutrition.
Normal range of α1-Globulin is 0.2-0.4 g/dL.
Normal range of α2-Globulin is 0.5-0.9 g/dL.