Thyroid Hormone Stimulates Alkaline Phosphatase Activity in Cultured Osteoblastic Cells with T3 Nuclear Receptors
It is well known that serum alkaline phosphatase (Al-P) activity is frequently increased in patients with Graves’ disease and that the increased Al-P is of bone origin (1). However, the mechanism of hyperphosphatasia had not been elucidated.
KeywordsThyroid Hormone Alkaline Phosphatase Activity Hyperthyroid Patient Thyroid Hormone Concentration Bone Origin
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