Jagadish Thaker

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The coastal teleost species, Periophthalmus dipes, commonly known as the mudskipper, was exposed to three sublethal concentrations (5, 10 and 15 mg/l) of potassium chromate for three exposure durations (2, 4 and 6 days). The study compares the dose- and duration-dependent effects of Cr(VI), as potassium chromate, on the ATPase systems in various organs of(More)
A simple procedure for preparing erythrocyte membranes with low basal Ca2+ ATPase activity is described, which is stimulated several-fold by the addition of hemolysate in the incubation mixture. The cells are hemolyzed in hypotonic imidazole buffer and resulting membranes are washed with hypotonic phosphate buffer (pH 8.0) and the hemolyzing medium. The(More)
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