SGOT


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SGOT

 

SGOT

SGOT

serum glutamic-oxaloacetic transaminase; see aspartate transaminase.

SGOT

abbreviation for serum glutamic oxaloacetic transaminase. See aspartate aminotransferase.

SGOT

Abbreviation for serum glutamic-oxaloacetic transaminase.

SGOT,

SGOT

serum glutamic-oxaloacetic transaminase; see aspartate aminotransferase.
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also found a substantial increase in the serum activities of SGPT and SGOT in oil industry workers.
wt depicted the inclined in the level of SGOT after 48 hr of salbutamol administration.
Serum SGPT and SGOT in the treated mice were significantly different from normal and diabetic control groups at P<0.
The post-treatment mean values of SGPT, SGOT and serum creatinine decreased significantly from respective pre-treatment values nearing towards normal suggestive of improved hepatic and renal functions of dogs treated under the group.
03), and highest SGOT raised by [greater than or equal to] 2-fold from the normal level (COR, 2.
SGOT is a sensitive indicator of acute liver damage and elevation of this enzyme in non-hepatic diseases is unusual.
The levels of SGOT and SGPT both differ from the control values and point toward 5FU induced hepatic toxicity.
001 [micro]mol/l (n (%)) SGOT >60 U/l (n (%)) 0 (0) 76 (24.
SGOT activity increased six times in infected control and vehicle treated group than the normal control.
Table 2 reveals the comparison of SGPT and SGOT levels between blood samples obtained from veins through standard procedure, with blood samples obtained through the technique of cupping.
The activities of serum hepatic marker enzymes namely SGOT, SGPT,and Alkaline phosphatase (ALP) , and Total Bilirubin were assayed in serum using standard kits