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Adenosine Triphosphate in Mammalian Spermatozoa

Nature volume 158, page 624 (02 November 1946) | Download Citation

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THE presence of adenosine triphosphoric acid (that is, of readily hydrolysable phosphorus) in mammalian spermatozoa has been established by Ivanov and Kanygina1 and by Lardy, Hansen and Phillips2.

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  1. Department of Biochemistry, First Moscow Medical Institute.

    • I. I. IVANOV
    • , B. S. KASSAVINA
    •  & L. D. FOMENKO

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