Effects of temperature on L-leucine transport in toadfish liver in vivo.

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The effect of body temperature in the 4--30 degrees C range on L-leucine uptake by toadfish liver in vivo was examined by means of a single-injection pulse technique. The ratio of [14C]leucine to [3H]mannitol or [3H]inulin in blood leaving the liver was measured as a function of time after hepatic portal vein injection. Recoveries of the two isotopes in… (More)

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@article{Persell1980EffectsOT, title={Effects of temperature on L-leucine transport in toadfish liver in vivo.}, author={R Persell and A E Haschemeyer}, journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta}, year={1980}, volume={602 3}, pages={653-60} }