Dorota Strzelecka

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Data from a number of laboratories suggest that the exchange of glutamate for aspartate across the mitochondrial inner membrane is stimulated by glucagon and by Ca2+-mobilizing hormones. The purpose of this study was to determine the site of action of these hormones. Two possibilities were considered and tested. The first hypothesis is that the(More)
Presumptive evidence suggests that the brown fat mitochondrial uncoupling protein, thermogenin, is involved in the mechanism of stimulation of respiration by norepinephrine in the intact tissue. Conflicting data have been reported which suggest involvement of either adenine nucleotides, or fatty acids, or long chain acyl-CoA, or protons in the physiological(More)
In order to test the hypothesis that Na+, K+-ATPase (Na+,K+-dependent ATPase) is involved in the noradrenaline-mediated stimulation of respiration in brown adipose tissue, the effects of noradrenaline on Na+,K+-ATPase in isolated brown-fat-cell membrane vesicles, and on 22Na+ and K+ (86Rb+) fluxes across the membranes of intact isolated cells, were(More)
Steady-state pharmacokinetics of indobufen (INDB) enantiomers administered as racemic INDB (rac-INDB) tablets and bleeding time were studied in patients. Two-hundred mg INDB tablets (Ibustrin) were administered twice daily for 7 days to obliterative atherosclerosis patients. Enantiospecific reversed phase (RP) HPLC with UV detection (lambda = 275 nm) was(More)
Naphthalene-1,4-dione derivatives were synthesized and tested against selected bacterial strains. All the tested compounds were prepared by direct introduction of corresponding substituents into the naphthoquinone core in oxidative conditions. In this study, eight strains of bacteria (Proteus, Escherichia, Klebsiella, Staphylococcus, Enterobacter,(More)
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