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Effect of estradiol 17 beta on the tritiated lysine incorporation in the brain protein of juvenile japanese quails



Effect of estradiol 17 beta on the tritiated lysine incorporation in the brain protein of juvenile japanese quails



Journal of Nuclear Agriculture & Biology 16(2): 97-99



Subcutaneous injection of different doses of estrogen (25, 50, 100 and 200 .mu.g chick) consecutively for 5 days, enhanced the 3H-lysine incorporation in brain proteins of juvenile Japanese quail. The 3H-lysine incorporation into brain protein was significantly higher in all groups in comparison to the control as early as 24 hr post injection. The incorporation increased progressively with the dose and duration of treatment upto 5 days. 3H-lysine incorporation was significantly higher in females than in males. A dose response relationship of estrogen was observed in both male and female birds.

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