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Induction of deoxyribonucleic acid synthesis in the liver of the intact animal.
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 andExpand
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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) ofExpand
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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 gelExpand
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Neutral plasmalogens analogous to the neutral triglycerides.
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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. TheExpand
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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 withExpand
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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 neutralExpand
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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 andExpand
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Real-Time Detection of Telomerase in a Microelectromechanical Systems Platform
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. TheExpand