pyridoxal phosphate


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pyridoxal phosphate

pyridoxal phosphate (pĭrˌĭdŏksˈəl): see coenzyme; vitamin.
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pyridoxal phosphate

[‚pir·ə′däk·səl ′fä‚sfāt]
(biochemistry)
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Review of pyridoxal phosphate and the transaminasesin liverdisease.
Apart from this zinc also stimulates the activity of pyridoxal kinase, which is involved in the synthesis of pyridoxal phosphate from pyridoxal.
Abnormal vitamin B6 metabolism in sideroblastic anemia: Effect of pyridoxal phosphate therapy.
Pyridoxal phosphate prevents progression of diabetic nephropathy.
Here, too, the IFCC is struggling to promote standardization, and nontraceable methods, such as those without pyridoxal phosphate, should be abandoned.
Having an adequate pyridoxal phosphate level resulted in a 48% lower risk of dying than that experienced by those with deficient levels.
Albumin (bromcresol green and bromcresol purple methods), ALP, apolipoprotein AI, AST, AST (activated, with pyridoxal phosphate), total bilirubin, total C[O.sub.2], creatinine (enzymatic and Jaffe methods), IgM, iron, lipase, transferrin, HDL cholesterol, and uric acid all required additional sex-stratified reference intervals.
The biochemical function of aminotransferases is to transfer an amino group from an [alpha]-amino acid to an [alpha]-ketoacid with pyridoxal phosphate (vitamin [B.sub.6]) as a cofactor.