The activity of aspecific alkaline phosphatase has been biochemically and/or histochemically studied in the kidney and integument of Xenopus laevis (Daudin): (i) in control animals kept in water; (ii) in specimens exposed to a dry environment for 2 weeks; (iii) in animals placed back into water for 1 week after 2 weeks exposure to a dry environment; (iv) in animals kept under dry conditions for 2 weeks and concomitantly treated with prolactin

Aspecific alkaline phosphatase activity in the kidney and skin of Xenopus laevis (Daudin) adult specimens under different experimental conditions.

CAMPANTICO, Ezio;DORE, Bruno Emilio;GUASTALLA, Alda
1979

Abstract

The activity of aspecific alkaline phosphatase has been biochemically and/or histochemically studied in the kidney and integument of Xenopus laevis (Daudin): (i) in control animals kept in water; (ii) in specimens exposed to a dry environment for 2 weeks; (iii) in animals placed back into water for 1 week after 2 weeks exposure to a dry environment; (iv) in animals kept under dry conditions for 2 weeks and concomitantly treated with prolactin
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Xenopus; kidney; skin; aspecific alkaline phosphatase; prolactin; enzyme activity; enzime histochemistry; enzime biochemistry; environment
CAMPANTICO E.; DORE B.; GARBARINO S.; GUARDABASSI A.; GUASTALLA A.
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