PTH


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PTH

abbr.
parathyroid hormone

PTH

parathyroid hormone.
Translations

PTH

abbr parathyroid hormone. V. hormone.
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Actually, as far as we know, the only role of PTH is in calcium homeostasis.
Due to the minimized bone resorption, Ostabolin-C demonstrates a reduced potential to cause hypercalcaemia, a common side effect of current PTH therapies.
In three phase 3 clinical trials, cinacalcet effectively lowered PTH while simultaneously lowering calcium, phosphorus, and Ca x P.
The 'wet' version of the PTH 50 truck is specially designed for use in wet conditions and outdoor applications, where is slight corrosion and high humidity levels, as well as for short periods of time in a coldstore environment.
Now the Arkansas team has discovered PTH actually keeps the osteoblasts - the cells which lay down new bone - alive for longer and so strengthens the bone.
In this project, we investigated how fracture and surgery at the hip affect PTH status.
The ZP-PTH 40 mcg patch, which effectively delivers 16 mcg of PTH, was similar to the Forteo([R]) 20 mcg injection,in mean percent change from baseline in lumbar spine BMD (4.
Activation of new traffic signals at PTH 59 and PR 202, the Birds Hill Access, is being planned for the evening of Tuesday, Aug.
Biochemically, PTH is a heterogeneous collection of molecules with posttranslational modifications that include phosphorylation, oxidation, and proteolytic cleavage.
Yamamoto and colleagues recruited hospitalized diabetic patients (123 post-menopausal women between the ages of 45 and 80, and 132 men aged 50-82) and nondiabetic controls (189 women and 51 men), measuring PTH and osteocalcin levels and adjusting for age, body mass index, hemoglobin [A.