Serum leucine amino peptidase levels as a marker in testicular tumours.

Abstract

Serum levels of leucine aminopeptidase (LAP) were studied in 60 patients with testicular tumours and 26 normal individuals, and were found to be significantly elevated in patients with seminomas, nonseminomas and benign tumours of the testis. After treatment the LAP levels decreased in patients with seminomas, nonseminomas and mixed cell carcinomas… (More)

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@article{Khanolkar1992SerumLA, title={Serum leucine amino peptidase levels as a marker in testicular tumours.}, author={M. M. Khanolkar and Ashok Sirsat and Vijayalakshmi Deshmane and Murali R Kamat}, journal={The Indian journal of medical research}, year={1992}, volume={96}, pages={372-5} }