What are the Clinical applications of enzymes?


Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
2012-07-31 18:08:58
2012-07-31 18:08:58

1. Diagnostic indicators: the activities of many enzymes are routinely determined in plasma for diagnostic purposes in diseases of the heart, liver, skeletal muscle and other tissues.

2. Therapeutic agents: several enzymes are used as drugs; new approach- enzymotherapy.

3.Diagnostic tools: use as chemicals in clinical laboratory assays.


Related Questions

Common enzymes used for clinical diagnosis.

John Bernard Henry has written: 'Clinical enzymology' -- subject(s): Enzymes, Clinical enzymology

Clinical centrifuge are devices used for clinical applications like blood collection tubes. These laboratory equipment are driven by motor and spins liquid samples at high speed.

Cognitive psychology has future applications when more data in the function of the human mind is revealed by clinical /medical science & research specially in learning/abnormal behavior with clinical applications.

Thomas Ming Swi Chang has written: 'Blood Substitutes - Principles, Methods, Products & Clinical Trials' 'Biomedical Applications of Immobilized Enzymes and Proteins' 'Microencapsulation and Artificial Cells (Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology)'

Translational research transforms scientific discoveries arising from laboratory, clinical, or population studies into clinical applications to reduce cancer incidence, morbidity, and mortality

Biostatistics or biometry is a mashup of mathematical and biological sciences. Biostatistics are essential in public health, clinical trials, and biological sequence analysis and agricultural applications.

The most common use is in dissolution of the blood clots in the cases of ischemia such as streptokinase, urokinase etc. Urate oxidase is being put to use in the cases of gout etc for clearance of excessive uric acid. There are numerous such examples of enzymes being put to use in clinical settings.

When you take CAN classes, be prepared to learn a lot of information in a short amount of time. Most classes will begin with the information from the book. Then you will practice the clinical applications before going to a hospital or nursing home to get the clinical experience. After everything is learned, you will take a test from the state.

applications of cell therapy in the United States are still in the research, experimental, and clinical trial stages.

Klaus Buchholz has written: 'Biokatalysatoren und Enzymtechologie' -- subject(s): Enzymes, Industrial applications

buffer solutions are the use ful applications of common ion effect they are important for biological applications[some enzymes can only work at a specific ph,the ph of gastric juices is 1.5. chemical applications fermentations,dyeing need a maximum ph.

He is an advocate of the clinical applications of regression or past life therapy in treating phobias, addictions, depression, and psychosomatic disorders.

pcr rilies on the ability of dna- copying enzymes to remain stable at high temperature

microbial or other cells can be immobilised by calcium alginate as in case of immobilised enzymes. these cells are entrapped in gel and are immobilised and have different applications

Roberto Andres has written: 'Development of fibre-optic biosensors based on immobilised enzymes and studies on their analytical applications'

what do enzymes what do enzymes what do enzymes

Richard J. Simonsen has written: 'Clinical applications of the acid etch technique' -- subject(s): Dental acid etching

Ignac Joseph Jakovac has written: 'The use of enzymes in organic synthesis: some applications of horse liver alcohol dehydrogenase'

There are many practical applications for cytology. Cytology involves specimen collection used in preparation that are essential for determination of sex, in both living and dead persons, tissue identification from trace, determining diseases processes and use in clinical and forensic settings.

Enzymes are proteins. There is a saying that "all enzymes are proteins but all proteins are not enzymes".

Enzymes is the scientific name for enzymes.

Clinical Pharmacology is the application of pharmacological concepts and principles in the clinical setting.

Enzymes are proteins but not all proteins are enzymes.

Proteins are not enzymes. Enzymes are protein,tertiary proteins

Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.