J H Brantner

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Monomeric acrylamide is an important industrial chemical primarily used in the production of polymers and copolymers. It is also used for producing grouts and soil stabilizers. Acrylamide's neurotoxic properties have been well documented. This review will focus on pertinent information concerning other, non-neurotoxic, effects observed after exposure to(More)
The separation of isotransferring aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase activities (amino acid: tRNA ligases, EC 6.1.1.x) for several amino acids extracted from tissues of embryonic and germinating cotton seeds was carried out by DEAE-cellulose column chromatography. Evidence was obrained that the separated activities represent discrete enzymes, and could be defined as(More)
The serine proteinases trypsin, chymotrypsin, elastase, and acrosin bind to the proflavin resin, the sulfhydryl proteinases ficin, bromelain, and papain are retarded by the resin, whereas most proteins and enzymes tested are not bound. Elution of the bound activities is accomplished NaCl or by variation from the pH optimum of the enzyme. Commercially(More)
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