Changes in activity of malate dehydrogenase and glucosephosphate isomerase in serum of rats exposed chronically to inorganic mercury and its aryl and alkyl compounds

@article{Chmielnicka1977ChangesIA,
  title={Changes in activity of malate dehydrogenase and glucosephosphate isomerase in serum of rats exposed chronically to inorganic mercury and its aryl and alkyl compounds},
  author={J. Chmielnicka and I. Balcerska and A. Pietruszczak and E. Brzeźnicka},
  journal={Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology},
  year={1977},
  volume={17},
  pages={447-455}
}
SummaryIn course of prolonged exposure /14 weeks/ to various mercury compounds /MetHg — a fluid seed-dressing preparation 0,8, Phenyl and Ethyl chlorides and.HgCl2 in doses corresponding to 5% of DL50/3 times weekly/, enhanced levels of activity of malate dehydrogenase /MDH/ and glucosephosphate isomerase /PHI/ in blood serum were observed. After 7 weeks of exposure about fourfold increase of MDH and 2-3-fold enhancement of PHI activities were found relative to controls. After 14 weeks of… Expand
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