Lead and some other metals in the histochemical demonstration of rat liver glycogen phosphorylase activity

@article{Lindberg1973LeadAS,
  title={Lead and some other metals in the histochemical demonstration of rat liver glycogen phosphorylase activity},
  author={L. -A. Lindberg},
  journal={Histochemie},
  year={1973},
  volume={36},
  pages={347-353}
}
Lead in a concentration of 0.25 mM was tried as a histochemical trapping agent for inorganic phosphate, liberated in the reversible reaction catalyzed by the liver glycogen phosphorylase. The reaction product, formed during the incubation and made visible with ammonium sulphide, was totally extracted with α-amylase. Iodine staining after incubation was completely negative. The inhibitory effect on liver phosphorylase activity of several other metals was also studied histochemically. It was… CONTINUE READING

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