• Corpus ID: 83311558

Studies on a new glutaminase-asparaginase, therapeutic properties, half-life, and alterations in the plasma amino acids. Abstr.

@inproceedings{Riley1972StudiesOA,
  title={Studies on a new glutaminase-asparaginase, therapeutic properties, half-life, and alterations in the plasma amino acids. Abstr.},
  author={Riley and Darrel H. Spackman and M. A. Fitzmaurice and Joseph Roberts and John S. Holcenberg and WILLIAM C. Dolowy},
  year={1972}
}

Lactic Dehydrogenase Virus

  • K. RowsonB. Mahy
  • Biology
    Virology Monographs / Die Virusforschung in Einzeldarstellungen
  • 1975
TLDR
The lactic dehydrogenase virus (LDV) is an interesting example of a virus which causes no clinical disease in mice but can significantly alter their response to other infective agents and to the development of tumours.

Therapeutic properties of a new glutaminase-asparaginase preparation and the influence of the lactate dehydrogenase-elevating virus.

Summary A new enzyme termed GA:1.2, possessing approximately equal amounts of glutaminase and asparaginase activity, has antitumor activities against cancers other than leukemia, thus enlarging the