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ck.

abbr.
1. cask
2. check
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Surprisingly, only 53% of DMD carriers and 30% of BMD carriers had increased total CK.
NOTE TO EDITORS: In the product names, AFACS//web and ASSIST//ck noted in this news release, there is a double slash between AFACS and web and ASSIST and ck.
There is a cytosolic pool of unbound cardiac troponin which is released acutely after myocardial infarction, and mimics the release of other cytosolic proteins like CK.
Three-month clinical data shows post-LASIK baby boomers achieved improved vision after NearVision CK.
The stripped human serum was prepared by mixing a human serum pool with a blend of anion- plus cation-exchange resin to extract residual CK.
NOTE TO EDITORS: In the product name ASSIST//customerknowledge (ASSIST//ck) noted in this news release, there is a double forward slash between ASSIST and customerknowledge and a double forward slash ASSIST and ck.
To date, more than 125,000 CK treatments have been performed worldwide with more than 800 physicians certified to perform NearVision CK.
We had included a test for total creatine kinase (CK) in a 12-test routine admission panel before May 1, 1996, after which we eliminated several tests from this panel, including CK.
To date, more than 125,000 CK treatments have been performed worldwide with over 800 physicians certified to perform NearVision CK.
They examined CK activity and glutathione concentrations in serum from 200 healthy subjects and a series of 38 patients with multiple organ failure, muscle wasting, and low serum CK.
7) An alternative explanation for the low CK levels is that a generalised inflammatory state may result in post-transcriptional modification and enhanced degradation of CK.