B Lisowska-Myjak

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1. Arginase was found to be present in the intestine in all species of Annelida, Arthropoda and Chordata studied. 2. The activity of intestinal arginase differs from species to species, the differences reaching two orders of magnitude (100 x). 3. The highest activity of intestinal arginase was observed in the rodents (mouse, rat, hamster). 4. In animals in(More)
The aim of the study was to establish the biochemical identity as regards pH, protein content and trypsin inhibitor activity between the aspirate from the various sites of the newborn oral cavity and the amniotic fluid. It has been found that only correctly collected aspirate from the oral cavity without any admixture of the subepiglottic or gastric content(More)
Eleven non-routine biochemical and clinical indicators (selected of 26 preliminarily estimated) in Petrochemical Plant workers and in controls, localized in an increasing distance from the Plant (3-18-40 km), have been measured. Even in the 3 km distance, no effects of the Petrochemical Plant have been found. All the exposed groups exhibited changes in(More)
The activity of intestinal arginase was studied in 31 species belonging to the types Annelides, Arthropoda and Chordata. Large variations of the enzyme activity were tested. The differences were of 2 orders of magnitude--100 times. Four groups were selected: animals with very low arginase activity up to 0.20 microM of ornithine/mg of protein/15 min; this(More)
The activities of GGT (EC 2.3.2.1.) and glycine transaminidase (EC 2.6.2.1.) increased in all studied groups after at minimum four years of exposure to: acetobenzene, furfurol, ethylene--derivatives, polypropylene and butadiene. Besides these universal indicators the specific ones were found for a particular group of exposure: for acetobenzene--sialic acid,(More)
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