In kidney tissue, the quantity of glutamate dehydrogenase limits metabolic flux of glutamate in accordance with predicted linear kinetic coupling of the dehydrogenase with transaminases (cf. 2). In liver tissue, however, control mechanisms of the glutamate system are not related in an obvious manner to the quantity of enzymes for which glutamate is a common substrate.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications|
|State||Published - Jun 13 1966|
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supported by research grants of the USPHS, and of the NSF, GB-3488. We are indebted to for the availability of ref. 9 prior to its appearance 6. Kun, E. and Volfin, P.: 7. Kun, E. and Achmatowicz, 8. Hermann, G. and Kun, 9. Chance, B., Jamieson, state of reduced pyridine conditions. If 3rd Internat.