PMID: 1363829Jan 1, 1992

The activity of cholestatic enzymes in viral hepatitis B

Przegla̧d lekarski
A WiczkowskiT Sawaryn

Abstract

The examination of 5-cholestasis indicating enzymes was carried out in patients with viral B hepatitis. The changes in activity of such enzymes: alkaline phosphatase, its liver isoenzyme, gamma glutamyltranspeptidase, 5'nucleotidase, leucine aminopeptidase and alanine aminopeptidase were estimated as for being useful in discovering the states of cholestasis. Already in the first week of observation all examined enzymes showed the highest level of activity, only in the case of FZ and FW, however the difference between the patients with and without cholestasis were markedly static. In the following weeks the differences in average activities between group with and without cholestasis were present in the case of 5'N and LAP. The activity of GGTP and AAP were high in both groups of patients. And so alkaline phosphatase is the enzyme which discovers the states of cholestasis in viral B hepatitis quickly and markedly.

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Alkaline Phosphatase
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Gamma-glutamyl transferase
Hepatitis B
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