Myocardial connective tissue metabolism in response to injury. II. Investigation of the mucopolysaccharides involved in isoproterenol-induced necrosis and repair in rat hearts.

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Myocardial necrosis was produced in rats by administering isoproterenol, and the increase in hexosamine-containing materials in the injured myocardium was investigated. Total hexosamine, galactosamine, neutral sugars, and uronic acids were determined on various fractions isolated from the hearts. Mucopolysaccharides were precipitated as the cetyl pyridinium… (More)

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@article{Judd1970MyocardialCT, title={Myocardial connective tissue metabolism in response to injury. II. Investigation of the mucopolysaccharides involved in isoproterenol-induced necrosis and repair in rat hearts.}, author={Jenni Judd and Blair Wexler}, journal={Circulation research}, year={1970}, volume={26 1}, pages={101-9} }