Letter to the Editor: Reference Values of Serum γ-Glutamil Transferase Levels in Infants

GGT levels in infants


  • Halil Haldun Emiroglu Selcuk University Faculty of Medicine
  • Muslu Kazım Körez Selcuk University Faculty of Medicine, Department of Biostatistics, Konya, Türkiye




Gamma Glutamyl Transferase, infant, GGT


Dear Editor,

We read with interest the article titled “Determining the Reference Values of Serum γ-Glutamil Transferase Levels in Preterm and Term Babies” by Menekşe E, published in the last issue (1) of the Chronicles of Precision Medical Researchers Magazine. We have found it appropriate to summarize some of our criticisms about the article that caught our attention below.


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Menekse E, Bas M. Preterm ve Term Bebeklerde Serum γ-Glutamil Transferaz Düzeylerinin Referans Değerlerinin Belirlenmesi. Chron Precis Med Res 2023; 4(1): 50-53

Ng VL. Laboratory Assessment of Liver Function and Injury in Children. In: Suchy FJ, Sokol RJ, editors. Liver Disease in Children. Fifth edition first published. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 2021. p. 97.

Giannini EG, Testa R, Savarino V. Liver enzyme alteration: a guide for clinicians. CMAJ. 2005;172(3):367-79.

Harnisch LO, Baumann S, Mihaylov D, et al. Biomarkers of Cholestasis and Liver Injury in the Early Phase of Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome and Their Pathophysiological Value. Diagnostics (Basel). 2021;11(12):2356.



How to Cite

Emiroglu, H. H., & Körez, M. K. (2023). Letter to the Editor: Reference Values of Serum γ-Glutamil Transferase Levels in Infants: GGT levels in infants. Chronicles of Precision Medical Researchers, 4(2), 188–189. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.8202042

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