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The activity of non-specific esterase in the thyroid epithelial cells of the guinea pig as influenced by various inhibitors and activators. A histochemical study

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The activity of non-specific esterase in the thyroid epithelial cells of the guinea pig as influenced by various inhibitors and activators. A histochemical study. / Kirkeby, S.

I: Histochemistry, Bind 48, Nr. 1, 1976, s. 51-60.

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Kirkeby, S 1976, 'The activity of non-specific esterase in the thyroid epithelial cells of the guinea pig as influenced by various inhibitors and activators. A histochemical study', Histochemistry, bind 48, nr. 1, s. 51-60.

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Kirkeby, S. (1976). The activity of non-specific esterase in the thyroid epithelial cells of the guinea pig as influenced by various inhibitors and activators. A histochemical study. Histochemistry, 48(1), 51-60.

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Kirkeby S. The activity of non-specific esterase in the thyroid epithelial cells of the guinea pig as influenced by various inhibitors and activators. A histochemical study. Histochemistry. 1976;48(1):51-60.

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Kirkeby, S. / The activity of non-specific esterase in the thyroid epithelial cells of the guinea pig as influenced by various inhibitors and activators. A histochemical study. I: Histochemistry. 1976 ; Bind 48, Nr. 1. s. 51-60.

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abstract = "The action of various inhibitors and activators upon esterase activity in the thyroid epithelial cells is demonstrated. The agents used were triorthocresylphosphate (TOCP), parachloromercuribenzoate (PCMB), Arsanillic acid, p-nitrophenyl dimethyl carbamate and bis p-nitrophenyl phosphate. TOCP was found to inhibit selectively the activity in the follicle cells proper when alpha naphthyl acetate was used as a substrate. Arsanillic acid (0,001 M) activated the follicle cells proper selectively, but if the concentration was raised to 0,01 M the effect was that of inhibition while the activity in the para-, inter- and intrafollicular cells was unchanged. The results obtained are related to previous biochemical and histochemical observations and the nature of esterases in the thyroid is discussed.",
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N2 - The action of various inhibitors and activators upon esterase activity in the thyroid epithelial cells is demonstrated. The agents used were triorthocresylphosphate (TOCP), parachloromercuribenzoate (PCMB), Arsanillic acid, p-nitrophenyl dimethyl carbamate and bis p-nitrophenyl phosphate. TOCP was found to inhibit selectively the activity in the follicle cells proper when alpha naphthyl acetate was used as a substrate. Arsanillic acid (0,001 M) activated the follicle cells proper selectively, but if the concentration was raised to 0,01 M the effect was that of inhibition while the activity in the para-, inter- and intrafollicular cells was unchanged. The results obtained are related to previous biochemical and histochemical observations and the nature of esterases in the thyroid is discussed.

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