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Action of Heavy Metals on Enzymes in vitro and in vivo

  • A. J. Clark
Part of the Handbuch der Experimentellen Pharmakologie book series (HDBEP, volume 4)

Abstract

The poisoning of enzymes by heavy metals is a subject of special interest because it shows many analogies with the so-called “oligodynamic” action of heavy metals on living cells. Furthermore the heavy metals are particularly favourable drugs for quantitative measurement, and since their action on enzymes has been studied intensively the evidence provides an instructive basis for the consideration of their action on living cells.

Keywords

Heavy Metal Yeast Cell Silver Nitrate Mercuric Chloride Silver Salt 
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  • A. J. Clark
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  1. 1.EdinburghUK

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