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Alkaline Phosphatase*

Conventional unit: IU/L
Conversion factor: 1.0
SI Units: U/L
Definition: Alkaline phosphatase is an enzyme found throughout the body that triggers specific chemical reactions.
Usefulness: hepatobiliary and bone disorders

* Affected by hemolysis

12 related papers for Alkaline Phosphatase

  1. Beland MF, Sehgal PK, Peacock WC.
    Baseline blood chemistry determinations in the squirrel monkey
    Lab Anim Sci. 29 (2) : 195-9. 1979 Apr.
    PubMed ID 110977
     
  2. Davy CW, Jackson MR, Walker J.
    Reference intervals for some clinical chemical parameters in the marmoset: effect of age and sex
    Lab Anim. 18 (2) : 135-42. 1984 Apr.
    PubMed ID 6431185
     
  3. Fernie S, Wrenshall E, Malcolm S, Bryce F, Arnold DL.
    Normative hematologic and serum biochemical values for adult and infant rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) in a controlled laboratory environment
    J Toxicol Environ Health. 42 (1) : 53-72. 1994 May.
    PubMed ID 8169997
     
  4. Goodrich JA, Ward GS, Swindle MM.
    Normal serum biochemical and hematological values of the Sulawesi macaques
    J Med Primatol. 24 (1) : 17-28. 1995 Jan.
    PubMed ID 7563007
     
  5. Herndon JG, Tigges J.
    Hematologic and blood biochemical variables of captive chimpanzees: cross sectional and longitudinal analyses
    Comp Med. 51 (1) : 60-9. 2001 Feb.
    PubMed ID 11926304
     
  6. Kapeghian JC, Bush MJ, Verlangieri AJ.
    Changes in selected serum biochemical and EKG values with age in cynomolgus macaques
    J Med Primatol. 13 (5) : 283-8. 1984.
    PubMed ID 6512847
     
  7. Nakamura E, Lane MA, Roth GS, Cutler RG, Ingram DK.
    Evaluating measures of hematology and blood chemistry in male rhesus monkeys as biomarkers of aging
    Exp Gerontol. 29 (2) : 151-77. 1994 Mar-Apr.
    PubMed ID 8026568
     
  8. Nakamura E, Lane MA, Roth GS, Ingram DK.
    A strategy for identifying biomarkers of aging: further evaluation of hematology and blood chemistry data from a calorie restriction study in rhesus monkeys
    Exp Gerontol. 33 (5) : 421-43. 1998.
    PubMed ID 762521
     
  9. Rosenblum IY, Coulston F.
    Normal range and longitudinal blood chemistry and hematology values in juvenile and adult rhesus monkeys
    Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 5. 401-411. 1981.
    PubMed ID 7318726
     
  10. Smucny DA, Allison DB, Ingram Dk, Roth GS, Kemnitz JW, Kohama SG, Lane MA.
    Changes in blood chemistry and hematology variables during aging in captive rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta)
    J Med Primatol. 30 (3) : 161-73. 2001 Jun.
    PubMed ID 1515672
     
  11. Stone GA, Johnson BK, Druilhet R, Garza PB, Gibbs CJ Jr..
    Immunophenotyping of peripheral blood, ranges of serum chemistries and clinical hematology values of healthy chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes).
    J Med Primatol. 29 (5) : 324-9. 2000 Oct.
    PubMed ID 11168822
     
  12. Wolford ST, Schroer RA, Gohs FX, Gallo PP, Brodeck M, Falk HB, Ruhren R.
    Reference range data base for serum chemistry and hematology values in laboratory animals
    J Toxicol Environ Health. 18 (2) : 161-88. 1986.
    PubMed ID 3712484
     

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