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Crabtree Effect and the Anaerobic Glycolysis of the Regenerating Rat Liver

Naturevolume 207pages762763 (1965) | Download Citation

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IN the preceding communication Šimek and Sedláček state that the Crabtree effect observed by us1 in the regenerating rat liver should be due to a supposed inability of the growing tissue, the metabolism of which is adapted to predominant utilization of lipids, to use glucose in vitro.

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  1. Istituto di Patologia Generale, Università di Milano, Italy

    • E. CLERICI
    •  & P. CICCARONE
  2. Gruppo di Ricerca 4-A, Divisione Biologica C.N.E.N., Italy

    • E. CLERICI
    •  & P. CICCARONE

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