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alkaline phosphatase
(2424 times)
Biochemistry
(247 times)
LDH (133 times)
GGT (132 times)
AST (114 times)
1966 The activity of glutamic-oxalacetic and glutamic-pyruvic transaminases (GOT and GPT), ornithine-carbamolytransferase (OCT) and alkaline phosphatase (AP) in serum in closed liver injury. An experimental study in dogs.
acid phosphatase
(298 times)
Toxicology
(22 times)
LDH (33 times)
ANAE (19 times)
NAG (14 times)
1971 Red cell enzyme polymorphisms in a northern German population. Gene frequencies and population genetics of the acid phosphatase (AP), phosphoglucomutase (PGM), adenylate kinase (AK), adenosine deaminase (ADA) and 6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase (6-PGD).
available phosphorus
(112 times)
Environmental Health
(54 times)
TN (41 times)
TP (29 times)
AN (28 times)
1981 Effect of calcium carbonate particle size on the available phosphorus requirement of broiler chicks.
available P
(43 times)
Veterinary Medicine
(29 times)
IP (5 times)
TN (4 times)
TP (4 times)
1987 Composition and phosphorus bioavailability of a solid by-product from anaerobically digested waste from caged layer hens.
atypical parkinsonism
(31 times)
Neurology
(20 times)
PD (22 times)
PSP (9 times)
MSA (7 times)
2004 Caribbean parkinsonism and other atypical parkinsonian disorders.
activPAL
(13 times)
Sports Medicine
(8 times)
AG (4 times)
SB (4 times)
MVPA (3 times)
2011 Validation of wearable monitors for assessing sedentary behavior.
antiprogestin
(3 times)
Endocrinology
(2 times)
AA (1 time)
ME (1 time)
Pn (1 time)
1999 Antiprogestins RU486 and ZK299 suppress basal and LHRH-stimulated FSH and LH secretion at pituitary level in the rat in an oestrous cycle stage-dependent manner.