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Dibasic amino acid transport in rat-kidney cortex slices.
- S. Segal, L. Schwartzman, A. Blair, D. Bertoli
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Biochimica et biophysica acta
- 1 February 1967
Abstract The effect of anaerobiosis, Na+ deprivation and pH alteration on the accumulation of l -lysine, l -arginine, l -diaminobutyric acid and l -cystine was studied at physiological levels of… Expand
Developmental aspects and some characteristics of mammalian galactose 1-phosphate uridyltransferase.
THE QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF GALACTOSE--AN ENZYMIC METHOD USING GALACTOSE OXIDASE, WITH APPLICATIONS TO BLOOD AND OTHER BIOLOGICAL FLUIDS.
Abstract Techniques are described for the quantitative analysis of biological solutions for galactose content, involving incubation of unknown samples with the enzyme galactose oxidase in the… Expand
Accumulation of amino acids by thyroid gland slices.
The kinetics of amino acid uptake by bovine and dog thyroid gland slices has been studied employing the model amino acids α- aminoisobutyric acid (AIB) and cycloleucine, as well as glycine,… Expand
Kinetics of Iodination. I. A Comparison of the Kinetics of Iodination of N-Acetyl-L-Tyrosine and N-Acetyl-3-iodo-L-Tyrosine
Galactose Metabolism by Rat Liver Tissue: Influence of Age
The metabolism of galactose by liver tissue from fetal, new-born, pre-adult, and adult rats was studied in vitro by determining the extent of conversion of galactose to CO2 and the disappearance of… Expand
On the tetramer-dimer equilibrium of carbon monoxyhemoglobin in 2M sodium chloride.
Kinetics of iodination. IV. A comparison of the kinetics of iodination of L-tyrosine and some derivatives.
Kinetics of Iodination. III. Iodination of N-Acetyl-L-tyrosine and N-Acetyl-3-iodo-L-tyrosine Studied in a pH-Stat System*
Peri- and postnatal, teratology and reproductive studies of a low molecular weight heparin in rats.
The low molecular weight heparin (OP/LMWH) used in these studies elicited no evidence of teratogenicity when administered by subcutaneous route during the period of organogenesis to pregnant rats at… Expand