BALP

(redirected from Bone Alkaline Phosphatase)
AcronymDefinition
BALPBone Alkaline Phosphatase
BALPBaseline Bone Alkaline Phosphatase
BALPBristol Active Life Project (UK)
BALPbronchoalveolar lavage fluid
BALPBruce Power A Limited Partnership (energy industry; Canada)
BALPBarclays Africa Leadership Programme
BALPBiologically Active Linear Polysaccharides
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Different responses of bone alkaline phosphatase isoforms during recombinant insulin-like growth factor-I (IGF-I) and during growth hormone therapy in adults with growth hormone deficiency.
The bone alkaline phosphatase is synthesized by the osteoblasts and is presumed to be involved in the calcification of bone matrix.
Participants who received the resveratrol experienced a 2.6% increase in lumbar spine volumetric bone mineral density at the end of the study and an average 16% increase in bone alkaline phosphatase in comparison with the placebo group at each time point measured.
The draft guidelines call for bone biopsy in CKD patients with kidney failure who experience pathologic fractures; those with plasma levels of intact parathyroid hormone (PTH) between 100 and 500 pg/mL and other signs of bone disease (such as unexplained hypercalcinemia, bone pain, or increased bone alkaline phosphatase activity); and those with suspected aluminum toxicity, said Dr.
The draft guidelines call for bone biopsy in CKD patients with kidney failure who have pathologic fractures; those with plasma levels of intact parathyroid hormone (PTH) between 100 and 500 pg/mL and other signs of bone disease (such as unexplained hypercalcinemia, bone pain, or high bone alkaline phosphatase activity); and those with suspected aluminum toxicity
(The study participants' tested levels of increased bone alkaline phosphatase were significant at p [is less than] .05).
Relationship between bone formation markers bone alkaline phosphatase osteocalcin and amino-terminal propeptide of type I collagen and bone mineral density in elderly men.
During a 24-month treatment and followup period, levels of N-terminal telopeptide of type I collagen (NTx) and bone alkaline phosphatase were measured.
Bone alkaline phosphatase (bAP) and aminoterminal propeptide of procollagen I (PNIP) in serum and urinary a-isomer of the carboxy-terminal telopeptide of collagen I (a-CTX) were measured.
Immunoradiometric method and electrophoeesic system compared for quantifying bone alkaline phosphatase in serum.