GPBB

AcronymDefinition
GPBBGlycogen Phosphorylase Isoenzyme BB
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The blood samples of 54 healthy newborns delivered in our hospital, which were taken within 24 hour after birth, were selected to measure GPBB, cTn-I and CK-MB.
Levels of GPBB, cTn-I and CK-MB before and after treatment: The levels of GPBB, cTn-I and CK-MB in the observation group were significantly higher than those of normal neonates (P<0.
Table 2 shows sensitivity, specificity, PPV and NPV of GPBB which were greater than MB and CKMB.
17] and GPBB [10]--have been analyzed for the clinical diagnosis of myocardial ischemia within the first 1-3 h after the onset of chest pain.
In clinical studies, GPBB was a very sensitive marker for the diagnosis of acute MI within 4 h after chest pain onset.
Pace has a second GPBB test in clinical trials that is further advanced than the rapid quantitative test above.
In the second quarter, Pace introduced a new product -- an HIV utilizing the same technology as the Company's rapid GPBB cardiac test.
The trials are for an FDA 510(k) filing for an ELISA laboratory-based test to measure GPBB.
Integrated, strengthened approach vis-a-vis other multinationals, establishing Pace's GPBB reagents as the industry standard.
Pace plans to bring the GPBB - ELISA test to market in 1996 as the first product in a line of cardiac diagnostic tests including a yes/no test for emergency situations.
Recognition for Pace's cardiac marker GPBB, has been received in the form of strong corroboration of earlier scientific studies that demonstrated the efficacy of GPBB in heart attack detection.
Studies published in "The Lancet" and "British Heart Journal" have shown that GPBB is the earliest marker found in blood after a heart attack and it is the most sensitive blood marker of myocardial damage.