Research Article| Volume 6, ISSUE 3, P533-540, September 1986

Interpretation of Gamma-glutamyltransferase Isoenzyme Electrophoretic Patterns

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      This article analyzes the various gamma-glutamyltransferase isoenzymes and emphasizes the clinical correlation.
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