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Rattazzi Isozymes - Current Topics in Biological & Medical Research
March 30, 1983 by John Wiley & Sons Inc .
Written in English
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The conventional view is that alcohol metabolism is carried out by ADH1 (Class I) in the liver. However, it has been suggested that another pathway plays an important role in alcohol metabolism, especially when the level of blood ethanol is high or when drinking is chronic. Over the past three decades, vigorous attempts to identify the enzyme responsible for the non-ADH1 pathway have focused Cited by: Isozymes Current Topics in Biological and Medical Research Isozymes Curr Top Biol Med Res Isozymes: Current Topics in Biological Medical Research Isozymes Curr Top Biol Med Res New York, NY Israel Journal of Chemistry Isr J Chem Israel Journal of Earth Sciences Isr J Earth Sci Israel Journal of Entomology Isr J Entomol. Genetic diversity in 19 local dry bean populations (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) originated from the region of Macedonia (Greece, GR and Formal Yugoslavic Republic of Macedonia, FYROM) was investigated using RAPD (Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA) markers in 10 individual plants from each population.A total of 11 random primers detected 56 polymorphic bands, with an average of polymorphic bands.
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Book is that by Zouros and Foltz on the use of allelic isozyme variation for the study of heterosis. The authors outline the dominance and over- dominance hypotheses for heterosis and then give a detailed review of the extent to which study of isozyme variations can throw light on the : S. Doonan. Isozymes and in general are well written and authoritative with lengthy up to date, bibliographies.
The editors have clearly taken great care with the indexes enabling the reader ready ac- cess to passages of special interest. Most authors concentrate on their own research, but both volumes 10 and 11 are well endowed with informa.
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Isozymes Current Topics in Biological and Medical Research. Molecular Structure and Regulation: Volume 7 Edited by M.C. Rattazzi, J.G. Scandalios and G.S. Whitt Alan R. Liss; Rattazzi Isozymes - Current Topics in Biological & Medical Research book York, pages.
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Its goal is to bring readers up-to-date with new concepts and technologies in the area of isoenzyme research. In: Rattazzi MC, Scandalios JG, Whitt GS (eds) Isozymes: current topics in biological and medical research, vol. Liss, New York, pp – Google Scholar Vora S, Durham S, Martinville B de, George DL, Francke U () Assignment of the human gene for muscle type phosphofructokinase (PFKM) to chromosome 1 (region cen-q32) using somatic Cited by: 3.
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We investigated how these two ADHs contribute to the elimination kinetics of blood ethanol by administering ethanol to mice at various doses, and by measuring liver ADH activity and liver Cited by: RESEARCH AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Department of Chemistry, University of California, San Diego, CA.
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Abstract. Natural hybridization of Barbus barbus and B. meridionalis has been demonstrated in southern France. A genetical study (isozyme electrophoresis) of tCited by: McPherson et al. () used a combination of somatic cell hybrid DNA analysis and in situ hybridization to localize the ADH4 gene locus to human chromosome 4q22 in the cluster of alcohol dehydrogenase genes.
Edman and Maret () described RFLPs for the ADH4 and ADH5 genes. Linkage disequilibrium was detected between RFLPs in several of the 5 genes in the ADH cluster on chromosome 4.
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The ADA 1 isoenzyme has a Michaelis constant of 52 μM which is considerably lower than that of ADA 2 (Michaelis constant equal to 2, μM), 1 x 1 Hirschhorn, R and Ratech, H. Isozymes of adenosine deaminase. Rattazzi MC, Scandalios, JG Whitt, GS, eds. Isozymes: current topics in biological and medical research (vol 4).
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