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Enzyme (1992) 46 (6): 315–318.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
...E. Matteucci; L. Pellegrini; C. Uncini-Manganelli; M. Cecere; M. Saviozzi; O. Giampietro We measured the cholinesterase activity in morning urines from 63 insulindependent diabetics and 27 controls. The total esterase (TotE) activity (Ellman’s method) has been divided into aliesterase (AliE...
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(1971) 12 (3): 257–268.
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...H.J. Kramer; H.C. Gonick Acid phosphatase is found in high concentration in the glomerulus of the human kidney. It was speculated that acute glomerular damage might cause the release of increased quantities of this enzyme into the urine. In a previous study it was found possible to selectively...
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(1971) 12 (2): 180–186.
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...Joyce L. Bell; D.N. Baron; Ranee Rajasingham Both agar and acrylamide gel were used for the separation of a-amylase isoenzymes of serum, urine, saliva, and solid tissues from human, rabbit, horse, cat, dog, and pig. A detailed study of total amylase activities and of tissue distributions was made...
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Enzyme (1974) 18 (3-4): 176–188.
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...L.C.T. Carlsson; I.S.S. Bergelin; B.W. Karlsson (1) Total protein concentration and tryptic inhibition was investigated in sow’s colostrum and milk and in the urine and serum of newborn piglets suckled at will or given colostrum or fetal serum orally or intravenously 10, 14 and 30 days after birth...
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Enzyme (1972) 14 (5): 261–274.
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...L.C.T. Carlsson; B.W. Karlsson Electrophoretic localization of trypsin inhibiting substances in pig colostrum and in serum, urine and organ extracts of the developing pig has been performed using two different substrates,BAPNA and casein. Two major groups of inhibiting substances occur. One...
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Enzyme and Protein (1993) 47 (1): 27–36.
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...L. Bret; M. Hasim; H. Lefebvre; G.J. Fournié; J.P. Braun Guinea pigs were given a single intraperitoneal injection of 1.35 mg/kg body weight of mercuric chloride; then various kidney enzymes and extracellular DNA were assayed in urine. Dramatic increases of all studied markers were observed...
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Enzyme (1982) 28 (4): 348–354.
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...L. Neef; H. J Hütter; I. Böhme; D. Dotschev; S. T. Danev; R. J. Haschen Using agarose gel electrophoresis, a faster moving alanine aminopeptidase(EC 3.4.11.2) has been demonstrated in the urine from cases of Fanconi syndrome, endemic(Balkan) nephropathy and advanced renal insufficiency. The enzyme...
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Enzyme (1980) 25 (3): 196–199.
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... upon Tyne Key Words. Alkaline phosphatase Urine Molecular weight Gradient-pore electrophoresis Abstract. A molecular weight of 95,000 for normal urinary alkaline phosphatase has been determined by equilibrium-gradient-pore electrophoresis. Several protein markers were used including a2...
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Enzyme (1989) 42 (1): 25–30.
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...B. Hultberg; A. Isaksson Enzyme immunoassay (EIA) methods with monoclonal antibodies specific for N-acetyl-ß-D-glucosaminidase (NAG) isoenzymes A and B in human urine are presented. The proportion of NAG B obtained with the EIA methods was similar to that found with ion-exchange chromatography...
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Enzyme (1984) 31 (1): 11–16.
Published Online: 01 July 1984
... of the antibody with protein standard serum, which contained albumin, α(1)-antitrypsin, haptoglobin, α(2)-macroglobulin, transferrin, IgG and IgA, was observed. The sensitivity of the system was 10 ng of trypsin inhibitor per assay tube, and 5-10 μl of urine was sufficient to determine the concentration...