FELIX WRÓBLEWSKI, M.D.
An inestimable wealth of biochemical information dealing with the measurement, characterization and distribution of tissue enzymes has accrued over the years. These archives include studies of crystalline enzymes derived from liver, muscle and other animal tissues, enzyme activities of tissue homogenates, intracellular enzyme localization by histochemical technics, and enzymatic patterns in the cellular and other components of body fluids. Although for some time medical science has put to clinical use basic enzyme information dealing with alkaline and acid phosphatase,1, 2, 3 amylase,4 lipase4 and thrombin,5 recent years have seen an increasing tendency to translate fundamental enzyme knowledge into clinical
WRÓBLEWSKI F. INCREASING CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF ALTERATIONS IN ENZYMES OF BODY FLUIDS1. Ann Intern Med. 1959;50:62–93. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-50-1-62
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