Record number :
485019
Title of article :
Objectives: Lifestyle changes with increased physical activity and balanced energy intake are recognized as the principal interventions in obesity and insulin resistance. Only few prospective studies, however, have so far addressed the potential role of r
Author/Authors :
Arend B?kenkamp، نويسنده , , Ingo Franke، نويسنده , , Michael Schlieber، نويسنده , , Gesche Düker، نويسنده , , Joachim Schmitt، نويسنده , , Stefan Buderus، نويسنده , , Michael J. Lentze، نويسنده , , Birgit Stoffel-Wagner، نويسنده ,
Issue Information :
روزنامه با شماره پیاپی سال 2007
Pages :
7
From page :
969
To page :
975
Abstract :
Objectives: To determine the pediatric reference interval for serum β-trace protein (β-TP) and to compare β-TP with established LMW markers of GFR, i.e., cystatin C (CysC) and β2-microglobulin (β2-M). Design and methods: All three LMW markers were measured immunonephelometrically. In 106 children above the age of 2 years without evidence of kidney disease, non-parametric reference intervals were calculated. The relative rise of the GFR marker concentrations above the upper reference was studied in 107 samples from 96 patients covering the entire GFR range. Results: Above 2 years, the reference range of β-TP was constant at 0.43–1.04 mg/L. With decreasing Schwartz-GFR, there was a comparable rise in β-TP and β2-M, while CysC rose less in the group with GFR below 30 mL/min/1.73 m2 (278 ± 49% [CysC] versus 336 ± 65% [β-TP] and 342 ± 76% [β2-M]; p = 0.043 and 0.027, respectively). Conclusions: These data confirm the potential of ß-TP as an endogenous GFR marker in children.
Keywords :
children , Reference values , Creatinine , renal function tests , Cystatin C , Low-molecular weight proteins , ?-Trace protein , Prostaglandin D2 synthase , ?2-Microglobulin
Journal title :
Clinical Biochemistry
Serial Year :
2007
Link To Document :
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