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Oxidation of sodium sulphide by rat liver, lungs and kidney.
Abstract Heparinized rat blood containing sodium [35S]sulphide was perfused through isolated rat lungs, kidney or liver. The rate and extent of sulphide oxidation varied from one organ to another. InExpand
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Cigarette smoke--a proposed metabolic lesion in alveolar macrophages.
Abstract The effects of the filtered gas phase of cigarette smoke were investigated with respect to certain enzyme activities of rabbit alveolar macrophages. Preliminary experiments with crystallineExpand
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HEMORRHAGIC FEVER: A STUDY OF 300 CASES
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The metabolism of potassium dodecyl [35-S]sulphate in the rat.
The metabolic fate of potassium dodecyl [(35)S]sulphate was studied in rats. Intraperitoneal and oral administration of the ester into free-ranging animals were followed by the excretion of the bulkExpand
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Sulphation of the flavonoids quercetin and catechin by rat liver.
1. The isolated perfused rat liver forms three sulphated metabolites from each of the flavonoids, quercetin and catechin: these are secreted into the bile and the perfusate. 2. Quercetin gives twoExpand
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Evidence for filaggrin as a component of the cell envelope of the newborn rat.
A substrate of transglutaminase, specific to the epidermis, was identified, by fluorescent and radioactive labelling with the lysine analogues dansylcadaverine and [14C]putrescine respectively, inExpand
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The fate of intravenously administered highly purified bovine testicular hyaluronidase (Hyalosidase) in the rat.
A highly purified commercial preparation of bovine testicular hyaluronidase (GL enzyme, Hyalosidase) was labelled with 125iodine without measurable loss of enzyme activity. The labelled preparationExpand
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The enhanced biliary secretion of a taurine conjugate in the rat after intraduodenal administration of high doses of fenclozic acid.
1. The metabolic fate of [14C]fenclozic acid (ICI 54450) in rat was determined after intraduodenal administration at different doses. 2. Increasing the dose from 2 to 100 mg/kg resulted in aExpand
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Tissue Distribution and Excretion of Amodiaquine in the Rat
Abstract— 14C‐Labelled amodiaquine ([14C]AQ) has been administered to male Wistar rats by oral and intravenous routes (n = 6 for each route of administration). Excretion of total 14C‐activity wasExpand
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