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An evaluation of tissue metallothionein and genetic resistance to cadmium toxicity in mice.

Nolan CV, Shaikh ZA.

Toxicol Appl Pharmacol. 1986 Sep 15;85(2):135-44.

PMID:
3764900
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Comparative study on metallothionein induction in whole testicular tissue and isolated Leydig cells.

Abel J, de Ruiter N, Kühn-Velten WN.

Arch Toxicol. 1991;65(3):228-34.

PMID:
2053849
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Low molecular weight cadmium and selenium containing proteins unlike metallothionein in animals.

Whanger PD, Deagen JT, Beilstein MA.

Experientia Suppl. 1987;52:281-7.

PMID:
2959517
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Resistance to cadmium-induced necrosis in testes of inbred mice: possible role of a metallothionein-like cadmium-binding protein.

Chellman GJ, Shaikh ZA, Baggs RB, Diamond GL.

Toxicol Appl Pharmacol. 1985 Jul;79(3):511-23.

PMID:
4035692
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Comparison of metallothionein determination by polarographic and cadmium-saturation methods.

Onosaka S, Cherian MG.

Toxicol Appl Pharmacol. 1982 Apr;63(2):270-4. No abstract available.

PMID:
7089976
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Synthesis and degradation of hepatic metallothionein in mice differing in susceptibility to cadmium mortality.

Piletz JE, Andersen RD, Berry W, Herschman HR.

Biochem Genet. 1983 Jun;21(5-6):561-78.

PMID:
6870778
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Metal-binding proteins of the Syrian hamster ovaries: apparent deficiency of metallothionein.

Waalkes MP, Rehm S, Perantoni A.

Biol Reprod. 1988 Nov;39(4):953-61.

PMID:
3207812
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Distribution of cadmium in heavily cadmium-accumulated rat liver cytosols: metallothionein and related cadmium-binding proteins.

Suzuki KT, Yamamura M, Yamada YK, Shimizu F.

Toxicol Lett. 1981 Apr;8(1-2):105-14.

PMID:
7245234

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