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On the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis: enzymatic transformation of human low density lipoprotein to an atherogenic moiety
It is hypothesize that extracellular enzymatic modification may represent an important step linking subendothelial deposition of LDL to the initiation of atherosclerosis.
Transfer and distribution of radioactive cadmium in dairy cows
The metabolism of radioactive cadmium was studied in lactating cows. Faecal excretion, secretion in milk and urinary excretion were followed after (a) a single oral application of 115mCdCl2, (b) a
Metabolism of 51Cr, 54Mn, 59Fe and 60Co in lactating dairy cows.
Different radionuclides which can be released by nuclear installations were given to lactating dairy cows either orally or by intravenous (i.v.) injection, finding that most activity was present in blood, liver and spleen.
Distribution of tritium in the different organs of calves and pigs after ingestion of various tritiated feeds.
The transfer of 3H from HTO and milk feed ingested in the organic fraction of organs is lower for pig than for calf and the total incorporation increases by a factor 5.6 when 3H is ingested as tritiated milkpowder by pigs as compared toHTO and with a factor 15 for calves.
Synthesis of bio-based surfactants from cashew nutshell liquid in water
3-Pentadecylcyclohexylamines were synthesised via Pd/C-catalysed reductive amination of crude cashew nutshell liquid, an underused waste product, with hydrogen in water. The short, modular, and
Behavior of tritium in the marine environment: Uptake and distribution of tritiated water and of tritiated organic compounds in unicellular and multicellular algae
s . Bonott&, G. Arapis', J . Mellet 2 , D. Hoursiangou-Neubrun 2 , F. Cinelli3 '4 , P. Belcari3 , G. B. Gerber' & R . Kirchman& 1 Département de Radiobiologie, Centre d'Étude de !'Energie Nucléaire,
Tritium metabolism in young pigs after exposure of the mothers to tritium oxide during pregnancy.
Pregnant sows were given tritiated water at two different doses (0.517 and 1.53 mCi/liter) during pregnancy and for 43 days thereafter (a total of 120 days). Some of the young pigs were left with t...