More about the testosterone induction of kidney alcohol dehydrogenase activity in the mouse

@article{Ohno1970MoreAT,
  title={More about the testosterone induction of kidney alcohol dehydrogenase activity in the mouse},
  author={Susumu Ohno and Christina Stenius and Larry Christian and Cephas Harris and Chris Ivey},
  journal={Biochemical Genetics},
  year={1970},
  volume={4},
  pages={565-577}
}
NAD-dependent alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) found in liver and kidney has been shown to be specified by the same autosomally inherited gene locus in the quail (Ohno et al., 1969) as well as in the trout (Hitzeroth et al., 1968). The available evidence indicates that the same holds true for the mouse (Ohno et al., 1970). Yet, while ADH in liver is made all the time, ADH in kidney appears to be made only in the presence of sex steroids. The present study made on Balb/c inbred mice showed the… CONTINUE READING
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