Alkaline phosphatase isoenzyme, Plasma ( Macro ALP, ALP fractionation )

Diagnostic Use

The analysis of alkaline phosphatase isoenzymes uses a qualitative electrophoresis method for the separation of the isoenzymes to help characterise the cause of a total alkaline phosphatase elevation. The isoenzymes of ALP differ in their physiochemical and electrophoretic properties and by utilising these differences the individual enzymes may be identified.
The greatest concentrations of serum ALP isoenzymes are found in bone, liver, intestine and placenta.


Specialist Biochemistry

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ALP fractionation
ALP isoenzymes
Macro ALP

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2 weeks

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