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  • n. Any enzyme that catalyzes the transfer of a glutamyl group between molecules, especially between proteins


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  • Alcohol-related problems in middle age men with elevated serum gamma glutamyltransferase: A prevention medical investigation.

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  • During the next 10 days her liver function tests became deranged-alanine glutamyltransferase was 47 U/l.

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  • Hepatichepatic prevacid bone beverages have included granules of gamma-glutamyltransferase (ggt) and infectious offspring function causes in a fetal muscle of patients.


  • N.; Kaji, H.; Yamada, S.; Same - jima, T.: A new UV method for serum g-glutamyltransferase assay using re - combinant 4-aminobenzoate hydroxylase as a coupling enzyme.

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  • Fluorometric assay of serum gamma - glutamyltransferase in solution and on a semi-solid surface


  • (inflammation of the functional units of the liver) and levels of the enzyme gamma glutamyltransferase (a marker for liver cell damage) in a small population of younger, mildly overweight males, indicating that UDCA therapy may be potentially useful for these patients. - latest science and technology news stories

  • - glutamyltransferase, and high-sensitivity C-reactive protein; and blood pressure.

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  • In addition, higher BPA concentrations were associated with clinically abnormal concentrations of the liver enzymes gamma - glutamyltransferase (OR per 1-SD increase in BPA concentration,

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