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TST  -  thiosulfate sulfurtransferase (rhodanese)

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  • A survey of rhodanese activity (thiosulphate: cyanide sulphur transferase) in the tissues of the domestic fowl revealed that the highest activity occurred in the kidney, approximately twice that in the liver, 316 and 141 mumol SCN formed/min g protein, respectively [7].


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