Enzymes in renal diseases.

  title={Enzymes in renal diseases.},
  author={H Mattenheimer},
  journal={Annals of clinical and laboratory science},
  volume={7 5},
  • H Mattenheimer
  • Published 1977 in Annals of clinical and laboratory science
Recent progress is reviewed in the diagnostic enzymology of renal dis­ eases. Enzyme determinations in blood serum are of little value. Activity increases during hemodialysis are most likely due to fluid redistribution. Enzymes are transported from the interstitium via the lymph into the intravasal space where they accumulate. Determination in the urine of enzymes of the brushborder of the proxi­ mal convoluted tubules (e.g., alanine aminopeptidases) and lysosomal en­ zymes (e.g… CONTINUE READING


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