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The Plasma Proteins. II
growth, ath¬ letics, climatic effects, expeditionary and emergency rations. The volume concludes with a few tables of weights and measures, not nearly as many as are included in the book of Wohl andExpand
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Muscle proteolysis induced by a circulating peptide in patients with sepsis or trauma.
Accelerated proteolysis of muscle is characteristic in patients with trauma or sepsis, but its cause is not well understood. Using rat muscle in vitro, we developed a bioassay to compare theExpand
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The transport of riboflavin by human placenta.
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Hormonal effects.
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The metabolism of human placenta in vitro.
  • C. Villee
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of biological chemistry
  • 1 November 1953
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Regulation of blood glucose in the human fetus.
  • C. Villee
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of applied physiology
  • 1 February 1953
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Transport functions of the placenta.
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Messenger RNA synthesis in the testis of immature rats: effect of gonadotropins and cyclic AMP.
Abstract Two hours after the intratesticular injection of FSH, hCG or cyclic AMP, the incorporation of labeled uridine into poly(A)-rich RNA was increased. Pretreatment with actinomycin D inhibitedExpand
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OXIDATIVE PHOSPHORYLATION IN MITOCHONDRIA FROM HUMAN PLACENTAS.
Abstract The oxidative phosphorylation of mitochondria from normal placental tissue at different stages of gestation were studied. A high ATPase activity was found in fresh isolated mitochondria. TheExpand
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Hormonal control of hexokinase in male sex accessory glands.
The effects of castration and testosterone treatment on the activity of hexokinase isozymes and their distribution between soluble and particulate fractions in the male sex accessory glands wereExpand
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