alkaline phosphatase


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alkaline phosphatase

[′al·kə‚līn ′fäs·fə‚tās]
(biochemistry)
A phosphatase active in alkaline media.
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The serum alkaline phosphatase levels were significantly decreased in the first and second trimesters.
Rosalki S B, Foo Ay, Tanner Pas, Serum Gamma Glutamyl Transferase and Alkaline Phosphatase in Rheumatoid Arthritis.
Tissue sections of mammary glands of mastitic cattle revealed low, negligible or altogether no activity (staining) of alkaline phosphatase on the outer membrane of alveolar cells.
Meanwhile, pigs fed NC diet had increased alkaline phosphatase activity in plasma and bone compared with those fed the PC diet, which confirmed that the activity of alkaline phosphatase in bone is more sensitive than that in plasma in a situation of phosphorus deficiency.
It was divided into two portionsone portion was used for the determination of thyroid profile markers by Elisa methods and the other portion was used for the determination of serum alkaline phosphatase, serum calcium and serum Zn level using standard protocols.
Bone to total alkaline phosphatase ratios improve sensitivity and specificity of bone alkaline phosphatase immunoassays.
Another important indicator of osteogenesis is the production of enzyme alkaline phosphatase (Modder & Khosla, 2008) which is associated to bone mineralization and is responsible for capturing phosphate ions during the process of osteogenesis (Delgado-Calle et al.
Villareal et al in postmenopausal women had low vitamin D levels with higher serum alkaline phosphatase.
The report provides comprehensive information on the Alkaline Phosphatase (ALKP or Phosphomonoesterase or Glycerophosphatase or Alkaline Phosphohydrolase or EC 3.
Intestinal alkaline phosphatase prevents antibiotic-induced susceptibility to enteric pathogens.
The hazard ratios of alkaline phosphatase across GGT categories were calculated by the standard linear combination method.

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