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Hepatic gluconeogenic enzymes, plasma insulin and glucagon response to magnesium deficiency and fasting.
Three experiments were conducted to assess the effects of magnesium deficiency on the activities of hepatic glucose-6-phosphatase (G6Pase), fructose 1,6-bisphosphatase (FDPase) andExpand
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Lifetime effects of intratracheally instilled nickel subsulfide on B6C3F1 mice.
A nickel subsulfide (Ni3S2) lung tumor model for the study of metal carcinogenesis was evaluated using intratracheally dosed B6C3F1 mice. A preliminary study of the survival of mice 14 days after aExpand
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Changes in potato tuber invertase and its endogenous inhibitor after slicing, including a study of assay methods.
The increase in the invertase activity of extracts from freshly cut potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) by "foaming," caused by selective denaturation of an endogenous invertase inhibitor, did not occur inExpand
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Tumorigenicity of nickel subsulfide in Strain A/J mice.
The pulmonary tumor response of Strain A mice has been reported to be a rapid and efficient predictor of carcinogenic potential for a variety of chemicals. The route of exposure has usually been byExpand
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Age and its influence on effects of iodine-131 in guinea pig thyroid glands.
To identify the differences in age-related radiosensitivity of the thyroid gland to radioiodine exposure, we exposed fetal, neonatal, weanling, and adult guinea pigs to single graded doses of 1311I.Expand
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Pancreatic enzyme activities of pigs up to three weeks of age.
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Comparative effects of iodine-132 and iodine-131 in rat thyroid glands.
The thyroidal effects of short-lived radioiodines such as /sup 132/I, /sup 133/I, and /sup 135/I have not been well defined. We report here the results of a study comparing the effects of /sup 132/IExpand
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A note on the origins of the 'information society'
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The origins of the 'information society' are not well under stood. Expand
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