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Studies of serum proteins and isoenzymes of Apodemus sylvaticus and Mus musculus.
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Thesis (M. Sc.)--The Queen"s University of Belfast, 1966.
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Comp Biochem Physiol. Jun;21(3) Serum proteins of Apodemus sylvaticus and Mus musculus. Pantelouris EM, Arnason A.
PMID: Cited by: Here we present the results of an examination, by starch-gel electrophoresis, of the major soluble serum proteins of a laboratory strain of the house mouse (Mus rausculus), and a comparison with a feral species, the field mouse Apodemus by: 1.
Comp Biochem Physiol B. Apr 15;44(4) Cytogenetic and biochemical differences between Apodemus sylvaticus and Apodemus flavicollis, possibly responsible for the failure to by: Isoenzyme-- A variation of an tissue--liver, bone, placenta, and intestine--produces a slightly different alkaline phosphatase.
These variations are called isoenzymes. Isoenzymes in blood serum can be used to diagnose disease. In this study, globulin and albumin proteins of Apodemus mystacinus and Apodemus agrarius were examined using the SDS-PAGE (sodium dodecyl sulphate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis.
Gurnell, J.,Studies on the effects of bait and sampling intensity on trapping and estimating Wood mice, Apodemus sylvaticus Hall-Martin, A. J.,Dentition and age determination of the giraffe Giraffa camelopardalisCited by: 2. electrophoretic studies on the blood serum proteins of Mesocricetus brandti, Mesocricetus auratus, Apodemus mystacinus, Apodemus agrarius, Apodemus hermonensis, Apodemus flavicollis, andRattus rattus and Rattus norvegicusrespectively.
They detected a single band in the A zone and variations in other zones such as G, PsA and PA (Table 1). CD55 and CD59 proteins are broadly distributed on epididymal sperm from wild-caught Apodemus and Mus mice as well as BALB/c mice, with expression on the acrosome, neck and tail.
The Japanese wood mouse (Apodemus speciosus group) is currently. classified into 4 species on the basis of their morphological features, such as A. speciosus which is composed of A, s. speciosus and A. sadoensis, A. ainu, A, miyakensis and A. navigator including A. navigator, A. tusimaensis, A. dorsalis and A.
r, this classification system is still a matter of. Insulin decreases blood glucose concentration. It increases cell permeability to monosaccharides, amino acids and fatty acids.
It accelerates glycolysis, the pentose phosphate cycle, and. Habitat-specific shaping of proliferation and neuronal differentiation in adult hippocampal neurogenesis of wild rodents Nicole Cavegn 1, R. Maarten van Dijk 1, Dominik Menges 1, Helene Brettschneider 2,3, Mashudu Phalanndwa 2,4, Christian T.
Chimimba 2,5, Karin Isler 6, Hans-Peter Lipp 1, Lutz Slomianka 1 and Irmgard Amrein 1 *Cited by: Species belonging to Apodemus, known as field or wood mice, are distributed in the temperate region of the Eurasian continent including the Japanese Archipelago.
According to previous molecular phylogenetic analyses, Apodemus diversified in Asia and Europe, around the early Pliocene and early Pleistocene eras, respectively .Cited by: 1. The effects of atmospheric air pollution on some hematological and plasma parameters, activity, and food and water consumption in Apodemus sylvaticus (wood mouse) and Mus musculus (mouse) were studied.
The studies were undertaken in the area of Cercs (polluted area in Spain), where there is a coal-fired power plant that emanates SO2, NOx, and particles, and the area of St. Jaume de Cited by: During an estrous cycle, most mammalian females will pass through the four consecutive phases including proestrus, estrus, metestrus, and diestrus (e.g.
Mus 1, 2, Apodemus Cited by: 7. We report a novel application of calcein-acetomethyl ester in flow cytometry for rapid estimation of the number of G+-bacteria in rodent feces (Apodemus sylvaticus andMus e). We also use the combined application of flow cytometry and Syto or Sypro Orange staining to count rapidly the total bacterial population and to describe bacterial subpopulations in the by: 4.
protein breakdown exceeds protein synthesis b. it occurs when amino acids are broken down by liver enzymes and carried to the bloodstream c. a negative nitrogen balance is normal and is a way of maintaining homeostasis d. it is a condition caused by having a diet low in fish and meat. Apodemus sylvaticus Edirne 7 1 B y kkarÝßtÝran (TekirdaÛ) 2 2 PÝnarhÝsar (KÝrklareli) 3 Apodemus flavicollis Velikakıpr s (Demirkıy) 11 10 Edirne 2 Apodemus agrarius ÜÛneada (KÝrklareli) 6 5 Velikakıpr s 1 Table 2.
Buffer and staining procedure of esterase enzyme analysis. Apodemuswith Mus. SincethereviewofMusseretal.()allbutoneof the Apodemus species have been divided into two sub-genera: Sylvaemus(including most of the western Pale-arctic species) and Apodemus(in which usand the ancient eastern Palearctic Alsomys subgenus, ex-cluding A.
argenteus, are included). The remaining Size: KB. Characterization and comparison of major urinary proteins from the house mouse, Mus musculus domesticus, and the aboriginal mouse, Mus macedonicus.
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In Croatia, most of the clinical cases, as well as the reports of the disease in animals, date from the 20th century. In that period, epidemic and epizootic research had given detailed information about. Apodemus flavicollis, breeding experiments with A. sylvati-cus, turtles, Pseudemys, serum protein variation, 1 zones and reproductive isolation, Hybridization, Mus, musculus, heritability of dental characters, Musculature, of jaw in rodent evolution, BIOCHEMICAL STUDIES OF MAMMALIAN OOGENESIS: PROTEIN SYNTHESIS DURING OOCYTE GROWTH AND MEIOTIC MATURATION IN THE MOUSE RICHARD M.
SCHULTZ AN PAUD L M. WASSARMAN Department of Biological Chemistry and Laboratory of Human Reproduction and Reproductive Biology, Harvard Medical School, 45 Shattuck Street, Boston, MassachusettsFile Size: 8MB. The Old World rats and mice, part of the subfamily Murinae in the family Muridae, comprise at least s of this subfamily are called subfamily is larger than all mammal families except the Cricetidae and Muridae, and is larger than all mammal orders except the bats and the remainder of the : Mammalia.
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Blood samples (n = 27) were collected from cows reared around the smelter. Blood samples (n = 25) were also collected from cows reared in areas where chances of Pb contamination of soil, water and fodder do not exist.
Mus musculus is the common house mouse, but as Mus is generic, there are many species all having their species name. 'Studies of serum proteins and isoenzymes of Apodemus sylvaticus and Mus. Tick-borne encephalitis virus (TBEV) is an important arbovirus, which is found across large parts of Eurasia and is considered to be a major health risk for humans.
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