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Table 1.

Detection of protein carbonyl content in haemocytes of mussels

Agonist/antagonist treatmentnmol carbonyl mg–1 protein
Control 7.936±1.12 
2 μmol l–1 Cariporide 7.737±1.5 
2 μmol l–1 Cytochalasin D 7.717±1.3 
0.01 mmol l–1 Forskolin 7.799±1.4 
50 nmol l–1 Wortmannin 8.128±0.9 
11 μmol l–1 GF-109203X 7.689±1.2 
10 μmol l–1 L-NAME 10.059±1.3 
10 μmol l–1 DPI 7.991±1.5 
Agonist/antagonist treatmentnmol carbonyl mg–1 protein
Control 7.936±1.12 
2 μmol l–1 Cariporide 7.737±1.5 
2 μmol l–1 Cytochalasin D 7.717±1.3 
0.01 mmol l–1 Forskolin 7.799±1.4 
50 nmol l–1 Wortmannin 8.128±0.9 
11 μmol l–1 GF-109203X 7.689±1.2 
10 μmol l–1 L-NAME 10.059±1.3 
10 μmol l–1 DPI 7.991±1.5 

Cells were exposed to each agonist or antagonist alone, without the addition of cadmium

Values are means ± s.d. of triplicate samples from three independent experiments

No significant difference was obtained between control cells and cells treated with each agonist and antagonist as determined by Dunnet test, P<0.01

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