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Assays for glyoxylate aminotransferase activities
The application of the diffusion-chamber technique to the study of silicosis.
Additional Transaminations by Insoluble Particle Preparations of Rat Liver
Transamination reactions with other amino-acids have been shown to occur in kidney and liver homogenates by the same author4, and various workers minimized these findings when assessing the general significance of transamination reactions.
The subcellular distribution of rat liver L-alanine-glyoxylate aminotransferase in relation to a pathway for glucose formation involving glyoxylate.
Subfractionation of the particles by differential sedimentation and on sucrose density gradients revealed a specific association between the aminotransferase and the mitochondrial enzymes glutamate dehydrogenase and rhodanese.
Transaminations with pyruvate and other α-keto acids
- E. Rowsell
- Computer Science
- 1 October 1956
The effects of dusts on peritoneal cells within diffusion chambers.
Liver amino acid levels in mammals and body size dependent enzyme activities
Liver-L-alanine-glyoxylate and L-serine-pyruvate aminotransferase activities: an apparent association with gluconeogenesis.
The effect of soluble silica on the metabolism of rat-tissue preparations.
The chiral antagonistacetoacetate rat-liver aerobic glycolysis acts as a “spatially aggregating substance” to regulate the activity of the “good bacteria” in the liver.
Enzymic assays for amoonia and L-glutamine in tissue extracts.