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Changes in transglutaminase activity in carbon tetrachloride-damaged rat liver



Changes in transglutaminase activity in carbon tetrachloride-damaged rat liver



Experientia 47(1): 70-75



A significant decrease in transglutaminase (TGase) activity was observed in the cytosol and nuclear fractions of carbon tetrachloride-damaged rat liver. The degree of decrease in TGase activity in the cytosol fraction was closely related to the serum transaminase level. Gel filtration studies revealed that TGase activity in 80 kDa fractions significantly decreased, but that in 160 kDa fractions slightly increased after carbon tetrachloride treatment.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf02041257



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