A. G. Khalmuradov

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The content of NAD and DNA, the activity of DNA-polymerase the velocity of NAD pyrophosphorolysis have been studied in liver nuclei of 8, 14, 18 day-old chicken embryos and 1--2 month- and 6 month-old chickens. It has been found that during ontogenesis the NAD content in chicken liver nuclei is increased, whereas the DNA content is decreased, the(More)
A reverse interrelation is established between the content of NAD and DNA in the chickens liver at different stages of ontogenetic development, especially pronounced at the stages of embryogenesis. The content of NAD which is the least in the liver of the 8-day embryos increases with development of chickens and reaches the maximum level by the 6-month age.(More)
Changes of acetyl-CoA-carboxylase (EC activity and the NAD content in the liver tissue were studied in dynamics after excessive administration of nicotinic acid to chickens. It is established that in chickens, which were given a high-carbohydrate diet after fasting, administration of nicotinic acid at first causes a fall of the acetyl-CoA-activity(More)
A Golgi-rich fraction has been isolated from the chicken glandular stomach mucosa cells and characterized. Interaction of the [3H]retinol--cellular retinol-binding protein complex with Golgi-rich fraction is shown. The uptake process is specific and saturable. Free retinol does not penetrate to a Golgi-rich fraction. An assumption is advanced that(More)
Sites of cAMP and ATP binding which regulate acetyl-CoA-carboxylase phosphorylation rate characterized under conditions of lipogenesis intensification and nicotinic acid action on this enzyme 1500 fold purified and containing proteinkinase activity. The acetyl-CoA-carboxylase preparation contains only one type of the cAMP binding sites which possess higher(More)
Data on the biochemical function of selenium in animal and human organism are generalized from the view point of its participation in the active centre of glutathione peroxidase and its general anabolic effect. Now it is assumed that many chronical human diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular insufficiency, atherosclerosis, pancreas insufficiency and other(More)