Creatine Synthesis by Liver Slices in Hyperthyroid Rats

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CONDITIONS of hyperthyroidism are always associated with variations in creatinic metabolism; nevertheless, it is not known whether these variations affect likewise the ability of liver to synthesize creatine.

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MASCITELLI-CORIANDOLI, E., BOLDRINI, B. Creatine Synthesis by Liver Slices in Hyperthyroid Rats. Nature 179, 474 (1957). https://doi.org/10.1038/179474a0

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