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Mammalian protein metabolism
The determination of nucleic acids.
- H. Munro
- Chemistry, MedicineMethods of biochemical analysis
- 31 October 2006
Regulation of ferritin and heme oxygenase synthesis in rat fibroblasts by different forms of iron.
- R. Eisenstein, D. García-Mayol, W. Pettingell, H. Munro
- Biology, ChemistryProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 1 February 1991
Results demonstrate that release of iron by HO plays an essential role in the induction of ferritin synthesis by heme and chelatable iron can regulate ferritIn synthesis independently of heme formation.
Cytoplasmic protein binds in vitro to a highly conserved sequence in the 5' untranslated region of ferritin heavy- and light-subunit mRNAs.
It is proposed that intracellular iron levels regulate ferritin synthesis by causing changes in specific protein binding to the conserved sequence in the ferritIn heavy- and light-subunit mRNAs.
Recent developments in the measurement of nucleic acids in biological materials. A supplementary review.
Diurnal variations in plasma concentrations of tryptophan, tryosine, and other neutral amino acids: effect of dietary protein intake.
- J. Fernstrom, R. Wurtman, B. Hammarstrom-Wiklund, W. Rand, H. Munro, C. S. Davidson
- BiologyThe American journal of clinical nutrition
- 1 September 1979
The data suggest that ingestion of carbohydrates and protein may also normally affected brain monoamine synthesis in humans, and thus in the rates of brain serotonin and catecholamine synthesis.
Ntau-methylhistidine (3-methylhistidine) and muscle protein turnover: an overview.
Actin and myosin, the contractile proteins of skeletal muscle, are methylated following peptide bond synthesis, with production of Ntau-methylhistidine (3-methylhistidine, 3-MeHis). During…
Whole-body leucine and lysine metabolism: response to dietary protein intake in young men.
- K. Motil, D. Matthews, D. Bier, J. F. Burke, H. Munro, V. Young
- MedicineThe American journal of physiology
- 1 June 1981
An effect of meals, modulated by their protein content, on the dynamics of whole-body amino acid metabolism is demonstrated, and they appear to be related to the nitrogen and amino acid requirements of the subject.
The precision of ultraviolet absorption measurements in the Schmidt-Thannhauser procedure for nucleic acid estimation.
Iron regulates ferritin mRNA translation through a segment of its 5' untranslated region.
A specific regulatory translational sequence is found within the 5' UTR of a eukaryotic mRNA of a ferritin L subunit mRNA involved in the translational response to iron.