Die Hemmung der kristallisierten d-glyceraldehyd-3-phosphat dehydrogenase aktivität durch phenothiazine und aminoketone

@article{Wollemann1961DieHD,
  title={Die Hemmung der kristallisierten d-glyceraldehyd-3-phosphat dehydrogenase aktivit{\"a}t durch phenothiazine und aminoketone},
  author={Maria Wollemann and P. El{\"o}di},
  journal={Biochemical Pharmacology},
  year={1961},
  volume={6},
  pages={228-232}
}

Alteration of liver glutamic dehydrogenase by chlorpromazine.

  • H. Lees
  • Biology, Chemistry
    Biochemical pharmacology
  • 1971

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