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Journal Article 
Effect of sodium loading on behaviour of lipolytic activity in mice adipose tissue in experimentally induced acute renal failure 
Gojer, M; Sawant, V 
Indian Journal of Experimental Biology
ISSN: 0019-5189
EISSN: 0975-1009 
BIOSIS COPYRIGHT: BIOL ABS. Sodium loading has long been found to be an effective means to cease the progression of acute renal failure (ARF) and the severity of experimentally induced ARF is inversely related to dietary sodium intake. The alterations in the triacyl-glycerol hydrolase (TAGH) (EC were studied after an ip injection of uranyl nitrate (10 and 25 mg/kg) in mice adipose tissue. A significant elevation in TAGH activity has been reported earlier, following the administration of uranyl nitrate. Effect of TAGH activity was examined on control, non(-)sodium loaded and sodium loaded mice. Interestingly enough TAGH activity of sodium loaded mice was found to be alleviated to normal levels. The effect of sodium loading was predominantly expressed in the maintenance phase of ARF. 
Biochemical Studies-General; Biochemical Studies-Lipids; Biochemical Studies-Minerals; Enzymes-Physiological Studies; Metabolism-Lipids; Metabolism-Minerals; Nutrition-Minerals; Urinary System and External Secretions-Pathology; Bones; Toxicology-General; Muridae 
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