Inhibition of glycoprotein catabolism in vivo and in the perfused rat liver.

Abstract

Leupeptin is a peptide which inhibits several of the lysosomal proteases. When this compound was added in low concentrations to a perfused liver, the degradation of 125I-asialo-fetuin by the liver was dramatically slowed. When 5 mg leupeptin were added to the perfusate 1 h prior to the radioactive glycoprotein, the liver retained from 70 to 90% or the… (More)

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