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Comparison of Biochemical Bone Markers in Postmenopausal Women

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폐경후 여성에서 생화학적 골대사지표 검사의 비교
정, 윤석; 송, 민경; 박, 덕배; 김, 현만; 임, 영애; 곽, 연식; 이, 득주
Journal of bone metabolism, 2(2):120-126, 1995
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Journal of bone metabolism
Biochemical bone markers, specifically intact bone gla protein(BGP:osteocalcin), N-Mid BGP, total alkaline phosphatase(ALP), bone ALP, procollagen type I C-terminal propeptide(PICP), type I collagen C-terminal telopeptide(ICTP), deoxypyridinoline(DPD), were measured in Korean post-menopausal women who came to Ajou University Hospital. Most of the biochemical bone markers significantly correlated with one another. Total ALP, N-Mid BGP, intact BGP had significant correlation with femoral neck BMD. Multiple regression analysis revealed that ICTP was significant biochemical bone marker which influenced spine BMD. It also revealed that N-Mid BGP was significant biochemical bone markers influencing femoral neck BMD. In conclusion, biochemical bone markers in Korean postmenopausal women had significant correlation with one another, and some of them were important factors influencing bone mineral densities.
Biochemical bone markersPostmenopausal womenBone mineral densities
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