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Variations produced by food differences in the concentration of arginase in the livers of white rats



Variations produced by food differences in the concentration of arginase in the livers of white rats



Jour Biol Chem 129(1): 71-78



Analyses of the livers of white rats for arginase activity after feeding diets markedly different in protein content show that 2 types of adjustments were made to variations in the quantities of protein consumed. The first adjustment to take place was a change in the size of the liver, while changes in enzyme conc. constituted the 2d adjustment. The consumption of a protein of low biological value (gelatin), after reduction of the size of liver by fasting, resulted in increases in conc. of the enzyme in the liver without restoration in the quantity of the liver tissue.

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