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Correlation between tissue activity of animal organs and nucleic acid content

Correlation between tissue activity of animal organs and nucleic acid content

Vestnik Sel Skokhoz Nauki 12: 67-70

Pancreas was frozen immediately after removal; part of the pancreas was examined immediately and a part was subjected to autolysis at a temperature of 26[degree] C for a period of 6, 12, 18, or 24 hours. At the end of autolysis the pancreas was frozen, pulverized and the nucleic acids contained and the activity of insulin was investigated. In the 6-hour autolysis there was a sharp decrease in insulin activity and in the number of nucleic acids. The change in content of insulin and nucleic acids from the 6-hour to the 12-hour autolysis was not great. Analogical changes were found as well in the 12-hour autolysis. The authors believe that there is a correlation between the content of nucleic acids and the activity of insulin in the pancreas.

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