Azoproteins of liver nuclei isolated in an aqueous or nonaqueous medium from rats fed an azocarcinogen.

The proteins and azoproteins of liver nuclei isolated in aque ous or nonaqueous medium from livers of rats fed the hepato carcinogen 3'-methyl-4-dimethylaminoazobenzene for 20 days were compared. The two types of nuclear preparation ap parently contained similar quantities of saline-soluble and-insoluble protein-bound azo dyes. in aqueous nuclei, the pro… CONTINUE READING