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Cell Proteins as Primary Hormone Acceptors after Injection of Testosterone-4-14C into Immature Rats
The in vivo binding of testosterone to high molecular weight chemical components of liver and kidney cells of immature rats is examined to study the mechanism of action of this hormone in the organs of mammals. Expand
An Electrophoretic System for Analyzing Labelled Drug-Binding Proteins in Eye Tissues
Rapid and clearly defined protein separation was possible by combining pore gradient electrophoresis and pulse power supply electrophoresis. The reduced separation time guarantees a satisfactory yield
[A new instrument for regulated bimanual irrigation and aspiration technique for soft and semi-soft cataracts].
Stability and Nature of in vivo Binding between Testosterone, its Metabolites and Organ Proteins in Rats
Little is known about the distribution, localisation, and binding of testosterone and its metabolites in vivo in the tissues, the cells, and the cell fractions of the target organs, except the binding between testosterone and blood proteins. Expand
[Cultures of fetal bone sites as a model for studying drug influence on mesenchymal metabolic processes (author's transl)].
Using dexamethasone, oxyphenbutazone, acetyl salicylic acid, sodium aurothiomalate and sodium pentosanpolysulfate as test drugs clear differences in the action on the determined parameters (explant growth, DNA- and uronic acid-content, glycosaminoglycan secretion of the explants) could be demonstrated. Expand