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The effects of acute and chronic nicotine hydrogen (+)-tartrate administration and subsequent withdrawal on rat liver tryptophan pyrrolase activity and their comparison with those of morphine, phenobarbitone and ethanol

The Biochemical Journal

Jun 1, 1975

A A Badawy, M Evans

PMID: 989

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Acute administration of nicotine hydrogen (+)-tartrate enhances the activity of rat liver tryptophan pyrrolase by a hormonal mechanism. Chronic nicotine treatment inhibits, and subsequent withdrawal enhances, the pyrrolase activity. The inhibition during chronic treatment is not due to ...read more

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Ethanol
Pyridines
Apoenzymes
Ethanol Measurement
Morphine Measurement
Withdrawal Symptoms
Tartrate
Phenobarbital
PMS-Tryptophan
Premedication
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The effects of acute and chronic nicotine hydrogen (+)-tartrate administration and subsequent withdrawal on rat liver tryptophan pyrrolase activity and their comparison with those of morphine, phenobarbitone and ethanol

The Biochemical Journal

Jun 1, 1975

A A Badawy, M Evans

PMID: 989

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Abstract

Acute administration of nicotine hydrogen (+)-tartrate enhances the activity of rat liver tryptophan pyrrolase by a hormonal mechanism. Chronic nicotine treatment inhibits, and subsequent withdrawal enhances, the pyrrolase activity. The inhibition during chronic treatment is not due to ...read more

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Ethanol
Pyridines
Apoenzymes
Ethanol Measurement
Morphine Measurement
Withdrawal Symptoms
Tartrate
Phenobarbital
PMS-Tryptophan
Premedication

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