A review on methods of phospholipase A determination

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H van den Bosch, A J Aarsman


A short review is presented on methods to determine phospholipase A activities. On purpose, only those methods are covered which can, at least potentially, be used for assaying the low activities generally associated with intracellular phospholipases A. A selection was made of procedures which apply non-radioactive or radioactive substrates or chemically modified substrate analogs which can be used for spectrophotometric assays.


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