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STRUCTURE-FUNCTIONAL STATE OF MITOCHONDRIA AFTER FREEZE-THAWING OF RAT KIDNEY CORTEX SLICES WITH CRYOPROTECTANTS.

Author(s) : SUBBOTA N. P., BELOUS A. M.

Type of article: Article

Summary

CRYOPROTECTIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS, NAMELY DMSO, GLYCEROL, POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL OF MOLECULAR WEIGHT 100, AND POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL OF MOLECULAR WEIGHT 400 HAS BEEN DEMONSTRATED ON MITOCHONDRIA OF FROZEN-THAWED RAT KIDNEY CORTEX SLICES, AS STUDIED BY THE RESPIRATORY ACTIVITY, CONCENTRATION OF RESPIRATORY ENZYMES, ALPHA-KETOGLUTARATE DEHYDROGENASE ACTIVITY, AND PERMEABILITY OF THE INNER MITOCHONDRIAL MEMBRANE FOR NADH (REDUCED NICOTINAMIDE-ADENINE-DINUCLEOTIDE) AND H+.

Details

  • Original title: STRUCTURE-FUNCTIONAL STATE OF MITOCHONDRIA AFTER FREEZE-THAWING OF RAT KIDNEY CORTEX SLICES WITH CRYOPROTECTANTS.
  • Record ID : 1983-1588
  • Languages: English
  • Source: Cryo-Letters - vol. 3 - n. 3
  • Publication date: 1982
  • Available in the IIR library

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