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Distribution of high energy phosphate in normal and dystrophic muscle
THE PROOF that creatine of muscle is the precursor of creatinine excreted in the urine was amply furnished by Block and Schoenheimer,l using isotopically marked glycine as the precursor of creatineExpand
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THE RATE OF RESPIRATION IN ERYTHROCYTES
1. Erythrocytes, both nucleated and non-nucleated, have been found to respire at rates comparable to that of other resting tissues (30 to 70 mm. 3/ grm./ hr.). 2. The rate of oxygenExpand
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THE RATE OF RESPIRATION IN ERYTHROCYTES.—II. THE RATE IN MATURE RABBIT ERYTHROCYTES
1. Orthochromatic rabbit erythrocytes suspended in saline consume oxygen at the minimum rate of 8.44 mm.3/grm./hr., and reticulocytes at the rate of 250 mm.3/grm./hr. 2. In a sample of bloodExpand
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Factors promoting colony stimulating activity (CSA) production in macrophages and epithelial cells.
The regulation of colony stimulating activity (CSA) release from CSA producing cells is a poorly understood process. Using freshly isolated mouse peritoneal cells and a continuous line of mouseExpand
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THE OXYGEN CONSUMPTION OF RABBIT RED CELLS DURING LYSIS, WITH SOME OBSERVATIONS ON THE OXYGEN CONSUMPTION OF PLASMA
1. When rabbit erythrocytes suspended in saline are haemolysed the resulting consumption cannot be predicted with certainty. The usual response is a very small “burst” in oxygen consumption, but veryExpand
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Protein Synthesis by Ribosomes from Blood Lymphocytes of Normals and Patients with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL)
  • R. Ramsey, J. Ultmann
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the Society for Experimental…
  • 1 December 1972
Human blood lymphocytes incubated under standard cell culture conditions synthesize only small amounts of RNA and protein and remain in a resting, non-dividing state. Under the influence of severalExpand
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