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THE DOMINANT ROLE OF THE LIVER IN PLASMA PROTEIN SYNTHESIS
A direct study of the isolated rat liver perfused with oxygenated blood containing amino acids and lysine-ε-C14 has yielded facts indicating that the liver synthesizes practically all the plasmaExpand
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Experimental Amyloidosis in the Guinea Pig.
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EFFECTS OF EARLY EXPERIENCE ON THE RESPONSE TO TRANSPLANTED TUMOR
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Plasma and tissue proteins produced by non-hepatic rat organs as studied with lysine-epsilon-C14; gamma globulins the chief plasma protein fraction produced by non-hepatic tissues.
The non-hepatic tissues in a perfused "carcass" (caudal half of the rat) maintain some physiological functions for as long as 5 to 6 hours of perfusion, including good clearance ofExpand
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The determination of maximum tumor growth rates in the rat.
The aspects of the tumor-host relationship concerned with the determination of the maximum rate of tumor growth supportable by the host animal (6, 9) and elucidation of the factors regulating thisExpand
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PLASMA AND RED CELL RADIOIRON FOLLOWING INTRAVENOUS INJECTION
Sterile inflammation induced by repeated subcutaneous injections of turpentine in non-anemic, non-iron—deficient dogs, leads to a fall in plasma iron concentration, the development of a moderateExpand
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The metabolism of d-lysine-ϵ-C14☆
Abstract 1. 1. d -Lysine-ϵ-C 14 was fed to rats or injected intravenously. Measurement of the distribution of radioactivity after 6 hr. revealed that almost all of the C 14 was found in the urine andExpand
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