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Milk and dairy products
(1) The term ‘milk’, unless otherwise stated, refers to cow’s milk; this is what will be mainly studied here. In France, the milk of goats and ewes is also exploited commercially, but, in the main,Expand
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Purification and pharmacological properties of eight sea anemone toxins from Anemonia sulcata, Anthopleura xanthogrammica, Stoichactis giganteus, and Actinodendron plumosum.
Eight different polypeptide toxins from sea anemones of four different origins (Anemonia sulcata, Anthopleura xanthogrammica, Stoichactis giganteus, and Actinodendron plumosum) have been studied.Expand
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Milk alkaline phosphatase. Stimulation by Mg2+ and properties of the Mg2+ site.
Abstract Milk alkaline phosphatase (orthophosphoric-monoester phosphohydrolase (alkaline optimum), EC 3.1.3.1) is an enzyme which requires two types of metals for maximal activity: zinc, which isExpand
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Observation of dividing spermatocytes for chromosome aberrations induced in mouse spermatogonia by chemical mutagens.
Abstract The ability to produce chromosome aberrations in mouse spermatogonia was tested for six chemical compounds: 2,3,5-tris(ethylenimino)-1,4-benzoquinone (Trenimon); N , N -bis(2-chloroethyl)- NExpand
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Mitochondrial and cytoplasmic ribosomes and their activity in blood and culture form Trypanosoma brucei
Ribosomes of Trypanosoma brucei, a parasitic, flagellated protozoan (order Kinetoplastida), were identified on sucrose density gradients by their radioactively labeled nascent peptides. UltravioletExpand
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The amino acid sequence of toxin V from Anemonia sulcata.
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Mutagenicity tests with aflatoxins in the mouse.
Introduction Aflatoxins, a collective term for eight compounds of related molecular configuration (i.e., aflatoxins BI, B2, B2a, GI, G2, G2a, MI, and M2), are metabolites of Aspergillus flavus, aExpand
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Nystatin—dextran conjugates: Synthesis and characterization
The coupling of nystatin (Nys), a water-insoluble antifungal agent, to dextran via an imine or amine bond was systematically investigated. Dextran was first oxidized to dialdehyde dextran usingExpand
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