|1.||Arndt, Torsten: 2 articles (08/2008 - 04/2007)|
|2.||Matthijs, Gert: 1 article (11/2013)|
|3.||Jaeken, Jaak: 1 article (11/2013)|
|4.||Stödberg, Tommy: 1 article (11/2013)|
|5.||Eggertsen, Gösta: 1 article (11/2013)|
|6.||Helander, Anders: 1 article (11/2013)|
|7.||Eriksson, Maud: 1 article (11/2013)|
|8.||Comte-Walters, Susana: 1 article (11/2010)|
|9.||Anton, Raymond F: 1 article (11/2010)|
|10.||Bowen, Emily: 1 article (11/2010)|
|1.||Alcoholism (Alcohol Abuse)
03/20/2010 - "Additionally, EtG in hair is often the only diagnostic parameter of choice for alcohol abuse when other clinical parameters such as ALT, AST, gammaGT and CDT (asialotransferrin and disialotransferrin) are in the normal range and EtG in urine negative. "
08/01/2008 - "An incomplete separation of disialotransferrin (CDT) and trisialotransferrin (a non-CDT isoform) may cause false-positive CDT results in alcohol abuse testing. "
12/01/2002 - "Disialotransferrin was higher in those who consumed excessive amounts of alcohol, whereas mean trisialotransferrin concentration was not affected by alcohol abuse. "
01/01/2001 - "In four of six healthy carriers of CDG Ia, a- and disialotransferrin were highly increased and the HPLC and IEF isoform patterns were indistinguishable from those in alcohol abuse. "
07/01/2007 - "Carbohydrate-deficient transferrin (CDT), the sum of a- and disialotransferrin, is considered the most efficient routine biological marker of alcohol abuse. "
|2.||Olivopontocerebellar Atrophies (Olivopontocerebellar Atrophy)
|3.||Liver Diseases (Liver Disease)
11/01/2010 - "We reviewed the electronic medical records of 35 consecutive patients with poor chromatographic resolution of disialotransferrin from trisialotransferrin and recorded information on diagnosed liver disease, liver function testing, and other factors. "
11/01/2010 - "Liver disease and HPLC quantification of disialotransferrin for heavy alcohol use: a case series."
08/25/2015 - "Transferrin with two sialic acids (disialotransferrin) was fractionated from serum using HPLC, digested with trypsin, and evaluated using MALDI-TOF MS. An abnormal sugar chain at D630 of transferrin was not detected in healthy subjects or in patients with chronic liver disease or NASH, but was detected in 9 patients (75%) with alcoholic liver disease. "
|4.||Congenital Disorders of Glycosylation
|1.||Biological Markers (Surrogate Marker)
|3.||Transferrin (beta 2 Transferrin)
|5.||Protein Isoforms (Isoforms)