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Induction of deoxyribonucleic acid synthesis in the liver of the intact animal.
- J. Short, R. Brown, A. Husáková, J. R. Gilbertson, R. Zemel, I. Lieberman
- Medicine, Chemistry
- The Journal of biological chemistry
- 25 March 1972
Abstract Based in part on observations made in blood-mixing experiments with intact and 70 and 90% hepatectomized rats, a mixture of chemicals has been devised that induces nuclear DNA formation and… Expand
Nonphosphatide fatty acyl esters of alkenyl and alkyl ethers of glycerol.
Evidence has been presented, in a preliminary communication from this laboratory (I), and by Schogt, Begemann, and Koster (2), to substantiate the previously postulated existence (3, 4) of… Expand
Partial purification of the NADPH-dependent aldehyde reductase from bovine cardiac muscle.
Abstract An aldehyde reductase catalyzing the NADPH-dependent reduction of long-chain aldehydes has been purified 690-fold from bovine cardiac muscle. Based on the results obtained during gel… Expand
Neutral plasmalogens analogous to the neutral triglycerides.
Isolation, characterization, and partial purification of a fatty acyl coenzyme A reductase from bovine cardiac muscle.
Abstract A heat-stable soluble enzyme has been isolated from bovine cardiac muscle which catalyzes the reduction of palmityl coenzyme A and stearyl coenzyme A to the corresponding fatty aldehyde. The… Expand
Enzymic reduction of free fatty aldehydes in bovine cardiac muscle.
Abstract The reduction of fatty aldehydes to fatty alcohols by a soluble enzyme in bovine cardiac muscle has been demonstrated. The enzymic activity is precipitable between 38–95% saturation with… Expand
Effect of fasting on the esterfied alpha-glycerol ethers of the neutral lipids of heart and adipose tissue of rats.
- J. R. Gilbertson
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Metabolism: clinical and experimental
- 1 November 1969
Abstract The effect of prolonged fasting on the lipids of cardiac muscle and adipose tissue of adult rats has been studied with special emphasis on the acylated α-glycerol ethers of the neutral… Expand
Brain Free Fatty Acids after Transient Global Brain Ischemia with Postinsult Thiopental Therapy
A metabolic basis for barbiturate amelioration of ischemic brain damage is not demonstrable in terms of the rate and magnitude of changes in brain high energy phosphates, glycolytic metabolites and… Expand
Real-Time Detection of Telomerase in a Microelectromechanical Systems Platform
- J. R. Gilbertson
- 1 May 2005
Abstract : The integration of biology with Microelectromechanical Systems and Nanotechnology could result in a synergism with tremendous benefits in both basic research and clinical assays. The… Expand