marker enzyme

mark·er en·zyme

an enzyme that is used to identify a specific cell type, cell organelle, or cell component.
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However, treatment with NC improved the hepatic marker enzyme levels toward normal, thus indicating hepatoprotective effects of NC against toxicity induced by CP.
ALDH, a cancer stem cell marker enzyme, causes the AldeRed reagent to fluoresce in the far-red spectrum, allowing the cells to be identified and isolated with concurrent use of green fluorescent cell lines, transgenic animals and reporter assays.
Endomembrane subfractions were also assayed for glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase, a marker enzyme found in the endoplasmic reticulum, and for creatine kinase (14, 15).
Tuszynski of the University of California, San Diego, inserted the gene for either NGF or a control, marker enzyme into fibroblasts isolated from the skin of adult rats.
Dietary quercetin glycosides: antioxidant activity and induction of the anticarcinogenic phase II marker enzyme quinone reductase in Hepa1c1c7 cells.
Additional assays were performed for glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase, a marker enzyme found in the endoplasmic reticulum, and creatine kinase (14, 17).
Martin and his colleagues introducedthe combination genes into a cell line and followed its activity by monitoring the marker enzyme. When they added any one of several viruses that commonly infect people, they found more of the marker enzyme, indicating that the AIDS virus material was much more active.
ACP acts as marker enzyme for the detection of lysosomes in cell fractions and can be altered by the presence of
Chronic administration of morphine caused significant elevation in the marker enzyme level in serum.
Injection of isoprenaline hydrochloride (100 mg/ kg B.Wt./day) to rats resulted in cardiac oxidative stress, inflammation, hyper-lipidemia and increase cardiac marker enzymes. Treatment of rats with GFAE (45 mg/kg/day) prior to injection of ISO provide significant cardio-protective effects evidenced by an obvious reduction in the level of cardiac marker enzymes, inflammatory factors and lipid contents with marked improvement in the cardiac antioxidant status and reduction of lipid peroxidation relative to untreated infarcted group.
[37.] Priscilla DH, Prince PSM (2009) Cardioprotective Effect of Gallic Acid on Cardiac Troponin-T, Cardiac Marker Enzymes, Lipid Peroxidation Products and Antioxidants in Experimentally Induced Myocardial Infarction in Wistar Rats.
The diagnostic serum marker enzymes of cardiotoxicity are AST, ALT, CK-MB, and LDH which leak from cardiac tissue damage to blood stream due to their tissue specificity and serum catalytic activity [29].