PMID: 2624Jan 1, 1976

An optimized semi-automatic rate method for serum glutathione reductase activity and its application to patients with malignant disease

Journal of Clinical Pathology
A DelidesF E Neal

Abstract

An improved and optimized method for serum glutathione reductase is described. The reference range for normal subjects is 47-79 IU/1. The method is more sensitive than conventional enzyme tests in the detection of malignant disease. It was not raised more frequently in patients with clinical evidence of metastases than in those clinically free of such metastases, and it did not seem to correlate with prognosis among those patients who failed to survive six months from the time the analysis was first conducted.

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