Thimmaiah P Chendrimada

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Chicken hepatic histidase activity varies with dietary protein consumption, but the mechanisms responsible for this alteration in activity are unclear. In the present research, the complete coding sequence and deduced amino acid sequence for chicken histidase was determined from clones isolated from a chicken liver cDNA library. The deduced amino acid(More)
Increased dietary protein intake rapidly (3 h) decreases hepatic malic enzyme and increases hepatic histidase mRNA expression in broiler chicks. A series of experiments was conducted to determine the role that glucagon or a specific mixture of dietary amino acids might have in regulating the rapid changes in mRNA expression of these enzymes, when dietary(More)
BACKGROUND The cardioprotective effects of glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) and analogs have been previously reported. We tested the hypothesis that albiglutide, a novel long half-life analog of GLP-1, may protect the heart against I/R injury by increasing carbohydrate utilization and improving cardiac energetic efficiency. METHODS/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS(More)
Increased dietary protein intake rapidly (3 h) decreases malic enzyme and increases hepatic histidase mRNA expression. Experiments were conducted to determine the role that individual dispensable amino acids and nonprotein N sources might have in regulating the activity of these enzymes and to determine if the addition of a N supplement to a practical(More)
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