Alkaline phosphatase isozymes in cultured human cancer cells

@article{Herz1985AlkalinePI,
  title={Alkaline phosphatase isozymes in cultured human cancer cells},
  author={Fritz Herz},
  journal={Experientia},
  year={1985},
  volume={41},
  pages={1357-1361}
}
Alkaline phosphatase, an ubiquitous enzyme is known to exist in several isozymic forms. At least three different isozymes have now been identified in humans. Alkaline phosphatase isozymes are among the substances synthesized ectopically by a variety of human tumors and many continuous cell lines derived from different cancers have retained the capacity to produce these membrane-located glycoproteins. This paper reviews the identification of alkaline phosphatase isozymes in cultured tumor cells… CONTINUE READING

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