Biology of human alkaline phosphatases
with special reference to cancer.
have been nearly a lifelong labor for George Bowers and Robert McComb.
The point in assessing the bone-specific fraction of alkaline phosphatases
is to determine whether or not this advances diagnostic sensitivity.
Total and bone-specific alkaline phosphatases
in haemodialysis patients with chronic liver disease.
Heat inactivation in the study of human alkaline phosphatases
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Millan, Mammalian Alkaline Phosphatases
: From Biology to Applications in Medicine and Biotechnology, John Wiley & Sons, 2006.
(APs) have been continuously and extensively investigated for over 50 years.
Involvement of CD36 and intestinal alkaline phosphatases
in fatty acid transport in enterocytes, and the response to a high-fat diet.
Total bone and liver alkaline phosphatases
in plasma: biological variations and reference limits.
Human alkaline phosphatases
. Evidence of three isoenzymes (placental, intestinal and liver-bone-kidney-type) by lectin-binding affinity and immunological specificity.
Differences between the sugar moieties of liver and bone-type alkaline phosphatases
: a re-evaluation.
The bone isoform of alkaline phosphatase
(ALP) is a member of the so-called tissue-nonspecific isoenzyme family, which also comprises the liver and kidney isoforms.