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Biochemical and immunohistochemical evidence that in cartilage an alkaline phosphatase is a Ca2+-binding glycoprotein
- B. de Bernard, P. Bianco, +7 authors P. Pollesello
- Biology, Medicine
- The Journal of cell biology
- 1 October 1986
The observation that this glycoprotein that binds Ca2+ and has alkaline phosphatase activity is synthesized in chondrocytes and is exported to the extracellular matrix at the time when calcification begins, suggests that it plays a specific role in the process of calcification. Expand
High-performance liquid chromatographic analysis of urinary hydroxylysyl glycosides as indicators of collagen turnover.
Description d'une methode rapide et sensible, impliquant la conversion des groupes amines de l'hydroxylysine en derives fluorescents a l'aide du chlorure de dansyle, avant la separation par… Expand
Determination of galactosyl hydroxylysine in urine as a means for the identification of osteoporotic women.
The aim of the work is to assess the predictive values of the method for the identification of post-menopausal osteoporotic women by measuring galactosyl hydroxylysine in urine by HPLC. Expand
High predictivity of galactosyl-hydroxylysine in urine as an indicator of bone metastases from breast cancer.
We measured the urinary excretion of galactosyl-hydroxylysine (GH) and hydroxyproline in two groups of women with breast cancer, with (M+, n = 24) and without (Mo, n = 30) clinical, scintigraphic, or… Expand
High-performance liquid chromatographic preparation of galactosyl-hydroxylysine, a specific bone collagen marker.
Galactosyl-hydroxylysine, a specific bone collagen marker, has been prepared directly from human urine samples by high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) on a preparative column. The compound… Expand
Urinary β-1-galactosyl-0-hydroxylysine (GH) as a marker of collagen turnover of bone
- L. Moro, R. S. Mucelli, C. Gazzarrini, C. Modricky, F. Marotti, B. Bernard
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Calcified Tissue International
- 1 February 1988
Measurement of GH in urine provides a simple and noninvasive method for the evaluation of the extent of bone resorption in large groups of subjects and appears to be more specific than urinary hydroxyproline excretion. Expand
Biochemical and morphologic evidence that alkaline phosphatase of matrix vesicles is involved in calcification