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any of a group of enzymes that act as a catalyst in the hydrolysis of organic phosphates

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T-score was only predicted by lower levels of alkaline phosphatase. The raw and standardized regression coefficient of predictor together with its correlation with T-score and squared semipartial correlation is shown in Table-III.
(4) All of the patients had normal or just mildly elevated alkaline phosphatase levels.
Significance of low serum alkaline phosphatase activity in a predominantly adult male population.
Alkaline Phosphatase was expressed in the cytoplasm of tumour cells (Figure 2).
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.
Separation and identification of alkaline phosphatase isoenzymes and isoforms in serum of healthy persons by isoelectric focusing.
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., 2011).
Associations between serum alkaline phosphatase and other biochemical parameters were assessed by multiple linear regression analyses.
[4] J.-P Lalles, "Intestinal alkaline phosphatase: multiple biological roles in maintenance of intestinal homeostasis and modulation by diet," Nutrition Reviews, vol.
Our toddler had a heterozygous mutation of R274H which could explain her less severe presentation, although she had 10 times higher level of PTH and two times higher level of alkaline phosphatase compared to the two cases reported by Aljubeh et al.
The biomarkers found in GCF are interleukins, tumor necrosis factor-alfa prostaglandin E2, osteocalcin, RANK, OPG, RANKL, TGF-[beta]1, matrix metalloproteinases, acid and alkaline phosphatase (ALP), aspartate aminotransferase (AST), IL-1RA, interferon-gamma, and others [14].
This indication is approved under accelerated approval based on a reduction in alkaline phosphatase (ALP).
The mean levels of serum alkaline phosphatase is 128.27 [+ or -] 29.53 U/L.
Regulation of intestinal calcium absorption by luminal calcium content: role of intestinal alkaline phosphatase. Mol.
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