Dopamine sulphotransferase is better developed than p-nitrophenol sulphotransferase in the human fetus.

@article{Cappiello1991DopamineSI,
  title={Dopamine sulphotransferase is better developed than p-nitrophenol sulphotransferase in the human fetus.},
  author={Mario Cappiello and Lucio Giuliani and Anders Rane and Gian Maria Pacifici},
  journal={Developmental pharmacology and therapeutics},
  year={1991},
  volume={16 2},
  pages={83-8}
}
The distribution patterns of two forms of sulphotransferase were studied in human adult and fetal tissues. One form was studied with p-nitrophenol as substrate and it is referred to as 'TS'. The other form was studied with dopamine as substrate and it is referred to as 'TL'. The activities of TS (pmol X min-1 X mg-1; mean +/- SD) were 1,077 +/- 293 (adult liver; n = 6), 97.8 +/- 26.4 (fetal liver; n = 8); 38.0 +/- 12.8 (adult kidney; n = 5), 28.5 +/- 21.5 (fetal kidney; n = 8); 78.9 +/- 21.3… CONTINUE READING
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