M. Jurovčík

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The intraperitoneal application of L-nucleosides (L-Cyd, L-Urd, L-dThd) to mice results in distribution of these compounds into tissues of the organism and their gradual excretion in the unchanged form. The residual level has been observed with L-ribonucleosides only and contains in addition to the L-nucleoside its 5'-phosphate. The phosphorylation in vivo(More)
Avian and mammalian sera were found to contain an enzyme activity degrading 2-5A oligonucleotides. The most extensive degradation of the A2' p5' A was observed in chicken serum. Degradation of this compound is not affected by the presence of cAMP, dsRNA, Mg2+, but is significantly inhibited by EDTA. The enzyme activity described is not inactivated by(More)
Similar to adult chick sera in chick embryo sera the enzyme activity hydrolyzing the core of the dimer of A-5A - adenylyl(2' -5')adenosine is present. The enzyme activity possesses the same properties in both sera. Heating of the serum to 60 degrees C for 30 minutes does not affect the enzyme activity. A marked decrease in activity occurs after heating of(More)
Spontaneous mutants resistant to 5-azacytidine (5-AzCyd-r) and to 5-aza-2′-deoxycytidine (5-dAzCyd-r) were isolated inBacillus subtilis. There is no cross resistance between the two markers. Genetic transfer by a transformation process was possible with a low efficiency only with the 5-AzCyd-r marker. Independently isolated 5-AzCyd-r mutants did not show(More)
The present method makes possible a quick separation of cells from the medium with the aid of strips of filter paper and physiological solution. Cell suspension is put on the strip and all water soluble components are washed away by soaking in saline solution, while cells remain on the spot. The experiment on14C-uridine uptake proved the suitability of the(More)
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