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Enzyme (1973) 15 (1-6): 239–253.
Published Online: 19 February 2019
... oxidation, hepatic ketogenesis and utilization of ketone bodies by extrahepatic tissues during development of the rat are described. Factors involved in the developmental changes in these aspects of lipid metabolism of the rat are discussed. Key Words Development Extrahepatic Ketone bodies Liver (3...
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Enzyme (1973) 15 (1-6): 97–110.
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...R.W. Hanson; Linda Fisher; F.J. Ballard; Lea Reshef The activity of phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase in the liver of fetal rats can be induced in utero by administration of either glucagon or dibutyryl-cAMP to the fetuses. Both of these compounds cause a rapid rise in enzyme activity,followed...
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Enzyme (1973) 15 (1-6): 24–39.
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...C.F. Strittmatter Changes in specific activity levels of disaccharidases in the intestine and of phosphatases in liver and intestine were studied during development of the chick embryo and chick. A diversity of developmental patterns were observed among the various enzymes. However, many...
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Enzyme (1973) 15 (1-6): 286–295.
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...A.M. Nemeth In mammals, enzymes subserving special adult liver functions such as amino acid degradation and detoxification are generally absent during most of fetal life, appear near term and increase to adult levels at birth. The change in environment at birth appears to initiate development...
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Enzyme (1973) 15 (1-6): 139–160.
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...J.K. Pollak; C.G. Duck-Chong A large number of investigations into changes in rat liver mitochondria and endoplasmic reticulum during development and differentiation have been reviewed in the light of current ideas about the dynamic nature of membranes. Particular attention has been paid...
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Enzyme (1973) 15 (1-6): 296–303.
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...R.L. Jacquot; C. Plas; J. Nagel Two physiological maturations of the rat liver are presented in this paper. The ability for glycogen storage depends in vivo on the presence of endogenous circulating glucocorticoids. Similarly, in vitro, primary cultures of fetal hepatocytes store glycogen only...
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Enzyme (1973) 15 (1-6): 304–317.
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... Embryo Enzymes Glucuronidation Induction Liver Phenobarbital 1617609 Enzyme 15: 304-317 (1973) Developmental Studies on Some Enzymes Associated with Detoxication G.J. Dutton Department of Biochemistry, Medical Sciences Institute, The University, Dundee Abstract. A definition of detoxication...
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(1971) 12 (5): 513–522.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
...Maureen Gordon; H. Wells; S. Segal The kinetic characteristics of liver galactokinase, galactose-1-P (Gal-1-P) uridyltransferase and UDP Gal-4-epimerase have been examined in the Rhode Island Red chick, an animal known be easily susceptible to a galactose toxicity syndrome and standard assay...
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(1971) 12 (1): 99–116.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
... and creatine phosphokinase were determined in extracts from liver (cytoplasmic and mitochondrial compartments),other organs and in serum of healthy, wild caught,laboratory acclimatized marmosets (Saguinus species). The data were to serve as baseline and control values for the study of experimental liver...
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(1971) 12 (1): 124–128.
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...T. Satoh Intraperitoneal administration of isocarboxazid, hydrazine type MAO-inhibitor, caused an increase in liver tryptophan pyrrolase activity of rat. This fact was attributed to an elevation of plasma free tryptophan released by isocarboxazid and its active metabolite, benzylhydrazine. 1971...
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(1971) 12 (1): 1–12.
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...M. McGee; O. Greengard; W.E. Knox An assay is described for the quantitative measurement of asparaginase in crude preparations of rat tissues. Most of the asparaginase is concentrated in the liver, in the cytosol, with a Km of 4.71 X 10^-3M for asparagine. The activity is twice as high in adult...
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(1971) 12 (2): 242–254.
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...G. Idéo; E. Del Ninno; R. de Franchis Two different doses of carbon tetrachloride were administered orally to rats in order to produce acute liver injury. The release of enzymes into the blood stream, their levels in the liver tissue, and their elimination through the biliary tract were studied...
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(1971) 12 (2): 201–211.
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...H.G. Sammons; P.G. Hill The pH optimum of 5-nucleotidase from human thyroid, liver and aorta has been studied. Serum 5NT from patients with hepatobiliary obstruction has also been studied. Methods for the partial purification of thyroid 5NT and for the separation of alkaline phosphatase and 5NT...
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(1971) 12 (2): 187–200.
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... preparation and in the yield of the purified enzyme. Liver ornithine aminotransferase was not affected by estrogen. The enzyme from liver could not be distinguished from the kidney enzyme by chemical or physical methods. Therefore, the variable response to estrogen seems to be organ-specific. 1971...
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(1971) 12 (2): 161–179.
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... aminotransferase, glutamate dehydrogenase,glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase, and phosphogluconate dehydrogenase in serum and liver tissue of marmosets with hepatitis suggest that these animals suffer from a mild but relatively protracted hepatocellular injury. Although the enzyme patterns are not identical...
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Enzyme and Protein (1994) 48 (2): 98–104.
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...Lauro Galzigna; Valeria Rizzoli; Patrizia Schiappelli; Carlo Moretto; Alberto Bernareggi S-acetyl- and S-phenylacetyl-glutathione derivatives were synthesized by using a new procedure. The derivatives were incubated with rat plasma and red blood cells, and also with cytosol from rat liver, kidney...
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Enzyme (1974) 18 (6): 321–326.
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...Rashid Ali; S.C. Agarwala The effect of normal and irradiated psoralen in vitro and in vivo has been studied on glucose oxidation of brain and liver homogenates. Psoralen per se was found to have no effect on in vitro glucose oxidation of brain, while psoralen irradiated for 0.5,1, 2, 3,and 4 h...
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Enzyme (1974) 18 (5): 271–278.
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...W.E. Criss Antibody to purified rat liver adenylate kinase isozyme III was prepared in rabbits. The antibody preparation inhibited the activity of liver adenylate kinase III, but did not affect the activity of liver adenylate kinase I, II, or IV. The antibody preparation inhibited the adenylate...
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Enzyme (1974) 17 (3): 168–178.
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...Helen B. Burch; Oliver H. Lowry; Lucile M. Delaney Three enzymes of glycerol metabolism, glycerol kinase, a-glycero-P dehydrogenase, and a-glycero-P oxidase were measured in rat liver from several days before birth to maturity. Two of the enzymes were also measured in kidney cortex and medulla...