Activity of certain enzymes in cadaver renal transplants
Enzyme studies are valuable additional methods of investigation and may be useful in early diagnosis of rejection after cadaver kidney transplantation. The complex enzyme activity should be studied. The determination of urinary enzyme activity is of greater diagnostic importance than that in blood.
KeywordsPublic Health Enzyme Enzyme Activity Early Diagnosis Renal Transplant
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