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Interpretation of a few results

Hi guys

Could maybe of few of you interpretate this blood test results:

NFkB (lkB/mRNA) very high

β1-AAK borderline
M2-AAK negativ
fish symbol1-AAK borderline (dont know how to do the fish symbol)
AT1-AAK positiv
ET-AAK positiv
β2-AAK positiv
PAR-AAK negativ

Thanks a lot for your help!
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I understand that you are borderline for

β1 Adrenergic Receptor auto-antibodies
alpha 1 Adrenergic Receptor (I guess this is the "fish symbol"?)

you are positive for:

Angiotensin II Typ1-Receptor
Endothelin Receptor
β2 Adrenergic Receptor

It's seems a lot of positivity to me...
right...it is the alpha sign...right..thanks

someone can intepretate them ?
even my doctor can't

many thanks