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Guinea pig heterophil and eosinophil peroxidase.
Abstract Guinea pig heterophil and eosinophil peroxidases were purified from bone marrow leukocytes in order to compare certain physical properties. Purified heterophil peroxidase (homogeneous in theExpand
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Purification of alkaline phosphatase from guinea pig bone marrow.
Abstract A new method of purifying alkaline phosphatase (AP) from specific granules of guinea pig bone marrow granulocytes is described. The method devised resulted in a 500-fold purification of APExpand
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Purification and properties of cytidine deaminase from normal and leukemic granulocytes.
Cytidine deaminase, an enzyme that catalyses the deamination of both cytidine and its nucleoside analogues including the antineoplastic agents cytosine arabinoside (ara-C) and 5-azacytidine (5-azaC),Expand
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Protein and glycoprotein electrophoretic patterns of enriched fractions of primary and secondary granules from guinea pig polymorphonuclear leukocytes
The postnuclear supernatant fraction of sucrose homogenates of guinea pig polymorphonuclear leukocytes (PMNL) was subjected to differential centrifugation to obtain a total particulate fraction, aExpand
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Separation of Bone Marrow Cells by Sedimentation at Unit Gravity
THE extreme heterogeneity of the bone marrow in which leucocytes and erythrocytes develop has impeded studies of the biochemical changes accompanying the growth and maturation of these cells. AllExpand
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Enrichment of cell types from the rat adenohypophysis by sedimentation at unit gravity.
The application of a unit gravity cell separation procedure to rat adenohypophysial tissue is described. The results demonstrate (a) that adenohypophysial cells retain their characteristic tinctorialExpand
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Biochemical characterization of isolated immature granulocytes from guinea pig bone marrow.
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Role of Catalase and Peroxidase in the Metabolism of Leucocytes
LEUCOCYTES are known to be rich in catalase1 and Myeloperoxidase1–3, yet very little is known concerning the role of these enzymes in leucocyte metabolism. In a. recent investigation by Iyer et al.4Expand
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Fractionation of granule proteins of granulocytes by copper chelate chromatography.
The tendency of lactoferrin to associate with other proteins at low salt concentrations defeated attempts to fractionate the acetate-extracted granule proteins of guinea pig granulocytes byExpand
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