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Biochem Int. 1983 Feb;6(2):249-55.

Activity changes of glyoxalases I-II and glutathione reductase in regenerating rat liver.


In regenerating rat liver Glyoxalase I activity shows a significant increase 24-48 hrs after partial hepatectomy. Glyoxalase II activity is significantly increased at 16, 48, and 72 hrs, and shows a transient decrease at 24 hrs after surgery. It is likely that the observed changes in Glyoxalases I and II activities during hepatic regeneration are correlated with the different roles of these enzymes. Glutathione reductase activity, significantly reduced within 8-72 hrs after surgery, does not show any correlation with Glyoxalases. These studied enzyme activities do not display significant changes in the sham-operated animals.

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