Cultured preadipocytes produce a semicarbazide-sensitive amine oxidase (SSAO) activity
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The presence of an amine oxidase activity which is resistant to pargyline, an acetylenic MAO inhibitor, but sensitive to semicarbazide, is described in rat white and brown preadipocytes.
KeywordsBrown Adipose Tissue Amine Oxidase Mature Adipocyte Brown Cell Amine Oxidase Activity
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