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Presence of prolactin receptors in kidney and large intestine of the snake Ptyas mucosa.
- C. H. Cheng, H. M. Lee, T. Ng, C. C. Wong
- Biology, Medicine
- General and comparative endocrinology
- 1 September 1990
The present study is the first report of the presence of prolactin receptors in snake kidney and large intestine membranes. Expand
Partial purification of prolactin-like substance from snake (Ptyas mucosa) pituitaries.
Pituitary extract of the common rat snake (Ptyas mucosa) was found to be capable of displacing the binding of 125I-labelled ovine prolactin to female rat liver membranes, suggesting the presence of… Expand
Validity and reliability of a Two-Minute Assessment rapid dietary questionnaire measuring healthy eating behaviours among Hong Kong primary school students.
- G. Guldan, T. Lau, H. M. Lee
- Psychology, Medicine
- Hong Kong medical journal = Xianggang yi xue za…
- 1 December 2014
This study aimed to test the reliability and validity of a Two-Minute Assessment (TMA) among Hong Kong primary school students. Expand
Study on the purification of growth hormone-like substance from pituitaries of the snake Ptyas mucosa.
Extract from the snake (Ptyas mucosa) pituitaries was capable of inhibiting the binding of 125I-labelled bovine growth hormone to female rat liver membranes. The growth hormone-like substance was not… Expand