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Effect of cold acclimatization on the succinic dehydrogenase activity in the liver and brain tissues of mice

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L'activité du déshydrogénase succinique dans le foie des souris mâles adultes acclimatisés pendant 7–12 jours à + 5°C est augmentée de 72%. L'activité du même enzyme dans le cerveau n'est pas altérée par cette acclimatisation au froid.

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Lagerspetz, K., Tarkkonen, H. & Tirri, R. Effect of cold acclimatization on the succinic dehydrogenase activity in the liver and brain tissues of mice. Experientia 18, 552–553 (1962). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02172171

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Keywords

  • Petroleum Ether
  • Cold Acclimatization
  • Seminal Plasma
  • Triphenyltetrazolium Chloride
  • Paper Electrophoresis