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Changes in the Lipid Fraction of Eel Gills after Ionizing Irradiation in Vivo and a Shift from Fresh to Sea Water

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  • Sixteen Eels Were Adapted To Tap Water For A Week
  • Then Eight Of Them Were Irradiated With 1000 R γ-Radiation And Four Of The Irradiated Group And Fou
  • The Rest Remained In Tap Water
  • Three Days Later All Were Incubated With 14 C-Labeled Acetate And 32 P-Labeled Phosphate Added To Th
  • Lipids From The Gills Were Separated By Tlc And The Individual Fatty Acids Were Assayed By Paper Chr
  • Results Showed An Enhanced Incorporation Of 14 C Activity Into Sterol Esters In Sea Water
  • This Was Further Intensified By γ-Irradiation
  • Similarly
  • γ-Irradiation Intensified A Relatively Enhanced Incorporation In Sea Water Of 32 P Activity Into Le
  • And There Was A Relatively Increased Synthesis Of Certain 14 C-Labeled Unsaturated Fatty Acids (Main
  • By Measuring Lipid Biosynthesis In Gill Tissue It Was Thus Possible To Show An Interaction Between T
  • In Agreement With Previous Biological Findings

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Changes in the Lipid Fraction of Eel Gills after Ionizing Irradiation in Vivo and a Shift from Fresh to Sea Water - DTU Orbit (17/04/14) Changes in the Lipid Fraction of Eel Gills after Ionizing Irradiation in Vivo and a Shift from Fresh to Sea Water - DTU Orbit (17/04/14) Hansen, Heinz Johs. Max. "Changes in the Lipid Fraction of Eel Gills after Ionizing Irradiation in Vivo and a Shift from Fresh to Sea Water". Radiation Research. 1975, 62(2). 216-224. Available: 10.2307/3574214

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