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Effects of glucagon in vivo on the N-acetylglutamate, glutamate and glutamine contents of rat liver.

Glucagon injected into rats caused an increase in liver N-acetylglutamate content, and coincidentally the glutamate content decreased. The liver glutamine content decreased only after 10 min, consistent with an activation of glutaminase after a lag. These observations indicate that the increased N-acetylglutamate content was not due to an increase in glutamate content caused by an activation of glutaminase (EC[1]


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