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Specific molybdenum binding to spectrin subunits
Molybdenum in the form of its pentavalent complex binds primarily to spectrin when incubated with erythrocytes. Only the band 1 subunit is involved in this interaction thus indicating some structuralExpand
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BINDING OF 99Mo TO RED CELL MEMBRANE PROTEINS IS NOT AFFECTED BY REDUCING AGENT
BENNETT, J.M.. CATOVSKY. D., DANIEL. M.T., FLANTRICOT, G., BROECKAERT-VAN ORSHOVEN. A. , VAN DRIN, G.. GALTON, D.A.G., GRALNICK. H.K. & HOOF, A. & VERWILGHEN, R.L. (1982) Sudan SIJLTAN. C. (1976)Expand
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Interaction of molybdenum with human erythrocyte membrane proteins
This study describes the interaction of molybdenum with blood components. Molybdenum-99 was added to blood, and after four washings, 3% of the total radioactivity was found in red cells. MoreExpand
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Reticulocytes enhance molybdenum binding to the red cell membrane.
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Incorporation of [14C]-L-leucine in splenic and hepatic tissue of rats "chemically splenectomized" by ethyl palmitate.
In experiments with "chemically splenectomized" rats by an i.v. application of ethyl palmitate (EP) emulsion and using [14C]-L-leucine, the protein synthesis in spleen and liver was followed. TwoExpand
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