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Bone alkaline phosphatase and other blood markers of bone formation were measured at baseline and at four, eight, and 16 weeks.
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A Leukocyte Alkaline Phosphatase (LAP) score is still requested from the hematology laboratory as an aid in differential diagnosis in the peripheral hospital setting where molecular biology techniques are not readily available.
Significant differences between males and females were not observed for any of the parameters, and only the levels of alkaline phosphatase differed significantly among age groups.
Plasma total protein concentration was restored, urea concentration and plasma alkaline phosphatase and g-glulamyl-transferase activities were reduced.
The major objective of the Theraptech project is to develop a recombinant human alkaline phosphatase (rhuAP) using the novel versatile human CAP(R) cell line, which has been shown to efficiently express glycosylated proteins.
For this reason, researchers employed cells with high amounts of alkaline phosphatase, the signaling chemical released upon damage to the cell membrane.
A chemical is added to each well that reacts with the biosensor's alkaline phosphatase, yielding a yellow product quantified by a special camera and a computer.