Segment-specific localization of intestinal-type alkaline phosphatase in human kidney.

@article{Verpooten1989SegmentspecificLO,
  title={Segment-specific localization of intestinal-type alkaline phosphatase in human kidney.},
  author={Gonda F Verpooten and Etienne J. Nouwen and Marc F. Hoylaerts and P. G. Hendrix and Marc E. De Broe},
  journal={Kidney international},
  year={1989},
  volume={36 4},
  pages={
          617-25
        }
}
Specific monoclonal antibodies raised against human intestinal and human tissue-unspecific alkaline phosphatase (AP) were developed and were used to study the expression of these two isoenzymes in human renal tissue and their release into urine. Approximately 25% of the total AP content of renal tissue at the transition between cortex and medulla was of the intestinal type; the remainder was of the tissue-unspecific type (liver, bone, kidney AP). Immunoperoxidase staining using specific… CONTINUE READING
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