Bodansky unit


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Bo·dan·sky u·nit

(bō-dan'skē),
that amount of phosphatase that liberates 1 mg of phosphorus as inorganic phosphate during the first hour of incubation with a buffered substrate containing sodium β-glycerophosphate.

Bodansky unit

[bōdăn′skē]
Etymology: Aaron Bodansky, American biochemist, 1887-1961
the quantity of alkaline phosphatase that liberates 1 mg of phosphate ion from glycerol 2-phosphate in 1 hour at 37° C and under other standardized conditions.

Bo·dan·sky u·nit

(bō-dan'skē yū'nit)
The amount of phosphatase that liberates 1 mg of phosphorus as inorganic phosphate during the first hour of incubation with a buffered substrate containing sodium β-glycerophosphate.

Bodansky,

Aaron, U.S. biochemist, 1887-1961.
Bodansky unit - that amount of phosphatase that liberates 1 mg of phosphorus as inorganic phosphate during the first hour of incubation with a buffered substrate containing sodium β-glycerophosphate.

Bodansky unit

a unit of measurement for alkaline phosphatase activity in the blood.