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Reversibility of endrin inhibited alpha -amylase activity from fish liver


, : Reversibility of endrin inhibited alpha -amylase activity from fish liver. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 15(10): 927-928

Hepatic alpha -amylase activity in the fish Anabas testudineus was inhibited by endrin. Exposure to the LC50 for 48 h caused 51% inhibition, apparently as a result of the accumulation of 148 mu g endrin in the sample tested.

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