PMID: 5822066Sep 1, 1969Paper

Relationship between intracellular amino acids and protein synthesis in the extensor digitorum longus muscle of rats

The Biochemical Journal
R C HiderD R London

Abstract

1. The incorporation into protein, and the accumulation into the free amino acid pools, of radioactive l-leucine and glycine was studied in rat extensor digitorum longus muscle. 2. The tissue was incubated first with (14)C-labelled and then with (3)H-labelled amino acid. 3. The experimental results were consistent with a model based on the premise that the amino acids in protein were incorporated directly from the extracellular pool.

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