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a salt or ester of citric acid

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cause to form a salt or ester of citric acid

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mitochondrial precursor (BLAST) 2401 CE actin [Schistosoma japonicum] 9401 CE SJCHGC00653 protein [Schistosoma japonicum] = citrate synthase (BLAST) 301 CE 14-3-3 protein 9201 CE Antigen Sm21.
Furthermore, the fact that the muscle citrate synthase activity was increased to similar levels by the land and aquatic training protocols indicates that the training efficiency of the two methods was equivalent.
Citrate synthase and pyruvate kinase activities during early life stages of the shrimp Farfantepenaeus paulensis Crustacea, Decapoda, Penaeidae: effects of development and temperature.
Citrate synthase activity The citrate synthase activity in both groups is shown in Table 2.
Patel, UNMC Department of Cellular and Integrative Physiology, for assistance with the citrate synthase assay; and to Kate Baker, Teresa Donze, Nicole Pedersen, and Dr.
Overall, 11% (12/108) of the biopsies evaluated had marked reductions in SDH activity, yet citrate synthase activity was within the reference range or higher.
01) and lower citrate synthase activity in its pectoral muscles (39 versus 10 [micro]moles [min.
Citrate synthase gene comparison, a new tool for phylogenetic analysis, and its application for the rickettsiae.
05), whereas no differences were observed in AD citrate synthase activity compared to controls (Figures 2(a) and 2(b)).
Exposure of mouse Hepa1-6 cells to 10-30 microm PQQ for 24-48 h resulted in increased citrate synthase and cytochrome c oxidase activity, Mitotracker staining, mitochondrial DNA content, and cellular oxygen respiration.
KEY WORDS: ageing, Barents Sea, citrate synthase, cytochrome C oxidase, growth, environmental temperature, Mytilus edulis, North Sea, respiration rate, White Sea
We produced similar regressions for contrasts of activities of citrate synthase (CS) and octopine dehydrogenase (ODH) (5, 20-22), indicators of aerobic and anaerobic metabolic potential, respectively (Table 1).
The known mitochondrial density marker citrate synthase activity was higher in RG followed by SOL and WG (Figure 1(b)).
DNA by using primers specific for the citrate synthase A gene (3).