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Chronic toxicity of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid in rats and dogs.
Abstract Starting at 3 wk of age, rats (25 female and 25 male per group) were fed for 2 yr either 0, 5, 25, 125, 625, or 1250 ppm of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) in the diet. No significant
High-performance liquid affinity chromatography of liver plasma membrane proteins.
Plasma membrane proteins from liver were analysed by concanavalin A affinity and immunoaffinity high-performance liquid chromatography and found that two corresponding antigens--the membrane proteins dipeptidyl- peptidase IV and GP 110--could be highly purified from plasma membrane extract with good yield in only one step.
High-performance concanavalin A affinity chromatography of liver and hepatoma membrane proteins.
The separation of plasma membrane glycoproteins from liver and Morris hepatoma 7777, used as a model, showed that not only the interaction between the lectin and the oligosaccharide portion of the gly coproteins plays a role in the chromatographic process, but also the hydrophobic interactions between sample and Lectin andbetween sample and support.
Pathology of Stomach Cancer in Rats and Mice Induced with the Agricultural Chemicals Ethylene Dibromide and Dibromochloropropane
Toxicologic analysis of tissue alone does not consider the coincidental presence of lesions with specific morphologic patterns attributable to causes other than the suspected agent. On the other
Idiopathic necrosis of bone in small laboratory animals.
Calcium-binding proteins 33 kDa, 35 kDa, and 65/67 kDa in normal rat and morris hepatoma tissues
Investigation of plasma membranes of rat liver and Morris hepatoma showed that in polarized epithelial cells, e.g., renal tubular cells, epididymal principal cells or excretory duct cells, these calcium-binding proteins are present exclusively or mostly in the luminal plasma membrane.
Isolation of Immunoglobulins and Their Use in Immunoaffmity HPLC
This work focuses on immunoaffinity HPLC with immobilized antibodies, which has proved to be very effective for one-step isolation of antigens, even from very complex samples such as plasma membrane extracts.