volume 22, issue 5, P851-864 1982
DOI: 10.1051/rnd:19820611
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Françoise VELLAS, J.-P. PARENT, Ingrid BAHAMONDES, Martine CHARPENTEAU

Abstract: The daily mean rates of blood ammonia and urea did not differ significantly at 9 and 17 °C. However, the pattern of these two parameters during the circadian cycle was not the same at 9 °C as after 23 days at 17 °C. The enzymatic activities rose after one day at 17 °C and remained unchanged, except for arginase which showed perfect thermal compensation.During the circadian cycle, there was some similitude between glutaminase activity and blood ammonia at 9 °C and after 23 days at 17 °C, as well as between arg…

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