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(gamma glutamyl transferase γglutamyl transferase)
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  • The role of ursodeoxycholic acid on cholestatic hepatic fibrosis in infant rats. [Journal Article]
    Mol Med Rep 2018; 17(3):3837-3844Tang N, Zhang Y, … Shi Y
  • The aim of the present study was to identify the impact of ursodeoxycholic acid (UDCA) on liver function and fibrosis markers in infant rats by establishing a cholestatic‑induced hepatic fibrosis model. α‑naphthylisothiocyanate (ANIT) was administrated by gavage to induce cholestatic hepatic fibrosis in infant rats. UCDA treatment was performed to assess its impact on biochemical indicators of li…
  • Study to assess Activity and Concentration of Gammaglutamyl Transpeptidase in Precancerous and Cancer Patients and Its Comparison with Controls. [Journal Article]
    J Contemp Dent Pract 2017; 18(10):943-946Farooqui AA, Thete SG, … Kathariya MD
  • CONCLUSIONS: There is a remarkable increase in salivary GGT activity in both precancerous and cancerous conditions. The increased activity was more marked in cancerous conditions than in precancerous conditions. The GGT levels were two- to threefold increased in precancerous conditions as compared with control group. This finding was statistically significant and also suggested the strong correlation between GGT levels and presence of precancerous conditions.Integration of all these observation strengthens our thinking that elevation of salivary GTT in pre-cancerous and cancerous conditions can be a reliable biomarker in early detection and prevention of oral malignancy.
  • Diagnostic Dilemmas in Hepatitis C Virus Infection for Hemodialysis Patients. [Journal Article]
    Folia Med (Plovdiv) 2017; 59(1):70-77Komitova RT, Atanasova MV, … Ivanova AV
  • CONCLUSIONS: The present study suggests that HCV infection in dialysis patients can be diagnosed more accurately if these patients are tested using two diagnostic methods - a serological test and a biomolecular assay. Further studies with larger sample size may prove the feasibility of such approach for all dialysis patients in this country.
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