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  • E. Pola
  • Journal of Orthopaedics and Traumatology
  • 2008
Recombinant proteins, such as the bone morphogenetic proteins have been used to enhance repair of non-union fractures and facilitate new bone formation in animal models as well as in clinical applications. However, a significant amount of recombinant BMP is required to promote osteogenesis and frequently the extent of new bone formation is low. In contrast,(More)
Sodium-dependent alanine transport in plasma membrane vesicles from rat liver was inactivated in a time- and concentration-dependent fashion by prior treatment of membranes with the acylating reagent diethyl pyrocarbonate (DEPC). Both components of Na+/alanine cotransport (systems A and ASC) were inhibited. Exposure of vesicles to p-bromophenacyl bromide(More)
1. In the present study we have examined the sensitivity of A and ASC amino-acid-carrier activities in rat liver plasmamembrane vesicles to the thiol-group modifying reagents N-ethylmaleimide (NEM) and iodoacetamide (IA). To this end, the different Na+-dependent entities involved in alanine transport were assessed. 2. NEM inactivated Na+-dependent alanine(More)
1. In the present study we have examined the sensitivity of A and ASC amino-acid-carrier activities in rat liver plasma-membrane vesicles to the thiol-group modifying reagents N-ethylmaleimide (NEM) and iodoacetamide (IA). To this end, the different Na(+)-dependent entities involved in alanine transport were assessed. 2. NEM inactivated Na(+)-dependent(More)
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