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In vivo comparison of two mixed venous saturation catheters.
Pending further analysis of the tendency of the two-wavelength system to drift it would seem prudent to limit its clinical application, although the three-wa wavelength catheter more closely approximated the cooximeter. Expand
Characterization of azidobenzamidines as photoaffinity labels for trypsin.
These studies provide a basis for the use of azidobenzamidines as photoaffinity analogs of lysine and arginine side chains and may provide a sensitive tool for probing conformational changes in inhibitor binding sites. Expand
Erythrocyte fragility in aging.
Results indicate an increase in mean fragility and a broadening of the erythrocyte fragility distribution as a function of aging. Expand
Liver alcohol dehydrogenase-coenzyme reaction rates.
Solvent deuterium isotope effect on the liver alcohol dehydrogenase reaction
Previous work on the kinetic mechanism of the liver alcohol dehydrogenase (LADH) catalyzed reduction of aromatic aldehydes by NADH has established that the transient kinetic reaction under conditionsExpand
Promutagen activation with mammalian and avian S9 liver microsomes
Using the Ames Salmonella typhimurium mutagenesis assay in conjunction with benzo(a)pyrene and 2‐aminoanthracene, the highest promutagen activation levels were obtained with chicken liver S9. Expand
Differential Effects of Inhalation Anesthetics on Myocardial Potentiated‐state Contractions In Vitro
Isoflurane is unique among the volatile anesthetics in that it does not inhibit PSS and, therefore, is unlikely to inhibit net SR Ca2+ release involved in the potentiated-state contraction. Expand
Subunit interactions in liver alcohol dehydrogenase: A partial alkylation study.
Binding experiments performed on partially alkylated liver alcohol dehydrogenase indicate that coenzyme binding is normal at a subunit adjacent to an alkylation protomer even though active ternary complexes cannot be formed. Expand