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“…These findings differ from a recent report by Carbone and Grodsky (27), who stated that in jaundiced rats "glucuronyl transferase activity is absent or inhibited." The presence of a defect in glucuronide formation in these jaundiced rats had recently been confirmed by Lathe and Walker (28).…”
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“…These findings differ from a recent report by Carbone and Grodsky (27), who stated that in jaundiced rats "glucuronyl transferase activity is absent or inhibited." The presence of a defect in glucuronide formation in these jaundiced rats had recently been confirmed by Lathe and Walker (28).…”
Section: Methodscontrasting
“…result of a deficiency in the hepatic microsomal enzyme, glucuronyl transferase, which catalyzes the conThe homozygous (jj) Gunn strain rat has a life-long jugation of bilirubin prior to hepatic excretion as the unconjugated hyperbilirubinemia which develops a diglucuronide ester [3,15,21]. few days after birth [11].…”
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“…groups beIn a third series of experiments (series III), we exd lie some-amined the controversial issue of whether homozygous Gunn rats, which are unable to form BMG (20,21), sed dual-la-can convert administered BMG to BDG by transgluctaining 3H uronidation (11,18). The animals were injected with glucurono-16-600 nmol of unlabeled or "4C-labeled BMG, with with a much the isotope in the tetrapyrrolic aglycone, and the BMG Mechanism of Bilirubin Diglucuronide Formation in Intact Rats and BDG excreted in bile were determined.…”
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