G6PDH

AcronymDefinition
G6PDHGlucose 6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase (also seen as G6P-DH)
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Correlation of G6PDH activity with germinal vesicle stage chromatin configurations
Shrimp fed 15% CBH had the greatest G6PDH activity, which was significantly different from those fed 5%, 10%, 20%, and 30% CBH.
In the present study, the 10 candidate reference genes ([alpha]-Tubulin, [beta]-actin, 18s rRNA, 28s rRNA, GAPDH, G6PDH, [beta]-TUB, RPL32, EF1-[alpha] and ELF1-[beta]) were evaluated in different development stages, and under various temperature and [gamma]-irradiation-stress conditions by semi-quantitative PCR.
In the particulate fraction, HK and G6PDH activities decreased in organisms under the different Fe exposures; PK activity only dropped at the higher Fe concentration (Fig.
5; 10 [micro]L of GK reagent; and 10 [micro]L of G6PDH reagent.
Whereas, glibenclamide causes hypoglycaemia and its treatment could be contraindicated for those with G6PDH deficiency, as it may cause acute haemolysis.
2005) found that different combinations from six reference genes (ACTB, YWHAZ, RPL19, GAPDH, G6PDH, and SDHA) were applicable for the calibration of the results from qRT-PCR analysis in different sheep tissues.
Seasonal changes in the specific activities of the pentose phosphate pathway enzymes, G6PDH and 6PGDH and NADP-dependent isocitrate dehydrogenase in the bivalves Mytilus edulis, Ostrea edulis and Crassostrea gigas.
In this study, the activity of G6PDH was significantly decreased in diabetic rats compared with normal rats.
While G6PDH and GCLm declined from the peak to values obtained at time 0 following 10 h of exposure to DG, the GR level decreased rapidly from the peak at 12 h post-DG exposure (Fig.
Although plasmacornpat-ible antimalarial concentrations of a-epi-Br did not inhibit G6PDH activity ra vitro, a remarkable stimulation of ring phagocytosis took place (Ayi et al.
2DG, hexoki-nase, G6PDH (glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase), diaphorase, rezazurine, ATP, [NADP.