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Postmenopausal estrogen and androgen replacement and lipoprotein lipid concentrations.
The effect of a combined estrogen-androgen drug on the lipoprotein lipid profile of women who received it parenterally as long-term postmenopausal replacement therapy was compared to that of womenExpand
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The synthesis and secretion of lipase and ribonuclease by pigeon pancreas slices.
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Glucose utilization and insulin responsiveness of leucocytes in diabetes.
Measurements were made of the uptake of glucose by leucocytes obtained from normal and diabetic subjects, on incubation in plasma and in synthetic media, with and without insulin. Cells of diabeticsExpand
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Note on microestimation of ammonia using the Warburg manometric apparatus.
Abstract A simple method is described for the microestimation of ammonia in the presence of biological material using the Warburg manometric apparatus Typical results obtained with this technique areExpand
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THE EFFECTS OF PROLONGED HYPOMAGNESEMIA ON THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM IN YOUNG DOGS.
A lthough magnesium is second only to potassium in abundance in intracellular fluid, it was not until 1932 that Kruse, Orent and McCollum’ established it as a cation essential to life. Since then,Expand
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Concentration of galactose by leucocytes.
  • N. Kalant, R. Schucher
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Canadian journal of biochemistry and physiology
  • 1 April 1963
Leucocytes suspended in native plasma took up galactose and held it within the cells at a concentration 3-6 times greater than that in the plasma. Conversion to galactose-1-phosphate,Expand
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The effect of phenformin on “prediabetes”.
Observations are presented on the cortisone glucose tolerance test in 568 relatives of diabetic patients. Twenty-one per cent showed a positive cortisone glucose tolerance curve, including 4.4 perExpand
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Studies on the metabolism of insulin by pancreas in vitro. I. Degradation of exogenous insulin by calf pancreas slices.
  • R. Schucher
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Canadian journal of biochemistry
  • 1 July 1965
A study was made of the nature and significance of the production by calf pancreas slices of TCA-soluble radioactivity from insulin-I131, as a measure of insulin degradation. Insulin degradationExpand
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