6003/14 alanine aminotransferase (alt), reagent for determination of test
What does ALA stand for?
ALA stands for Alanine
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- Additional Listing Application
- Address Latch Attachment
- Advanced Life Administrator (insurance)
- Afghanistan Lawyers Association
- Agricultural Law Association
- Aircraft Load Agent
- Aircraft Loading Agent
- Alabama (old style postal abbreviation)
- Alachua Leadership Alliance (Florida)
- Åland Islands (Finland)
- Alarm Application
- Alberta Agriculture
- Alcatel Leadership Association
- Alighting Area (aeronautics)
- Aliter Lex Ait (Latin: the law says someting different, epigraphy)
- All Letters Answered (classified ads)
- Allocated Loan Amount (finance)
- Almaty, Kazakhstan - Almaty (Airport Code)
- Alpha Lipoic Acid
- Alpha-Linolenic Acid
Samples in periodicals archive:
Importantly, O'Brien's group found that alanine was uncorrelated with other foods that can contribute to elevated carbon ratios.
Sarcosine and alanine were quantified in plasma by gas-chromatograph mass spectrometry.
The drug has proven an effective inhibitor of virus replication and has indicated improvements in the increase of alanine aminotransferase (ALT) and overall liver health.
Tokyo, Japan) has patented transgenic plants containing free amino acids, particularly at least one amino acid selected from among glutamic acid, asparagine, aspartic acid, serine, threonine, alanine and histidine accumulated in a large amount, in edible parts thereof, and a method of producing them.
Other endpoints observed in the study were a 57 percent increase in liver glycogen and no changes in muscle glycogen or in levels of plasma insulin or alanine aminotransferase.
An international research team led by Paul Cox of the National Tropical Botanical Garden based in Kalaheo, Hawaii, has suggested that the spike came from a rise in exposure to the neurotoxic amino acid [beta]-N-methylamino-L alanine (BMAA).
9]/L and mildly elevated alanine transaminase at 59 U/L (normal <55 U/L), but total and differential leukocyte counts were normal.