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7. 8. Normal rectum Ratio of neoplastic to normal enzyme activity Ratio of neoplastic to normal enzyme activity II. THE GLYCOLYTIC SEQUENCE 41 Warburg and Christian (1943) conceived the possibility that the blood leaving the tumor and entering the general circulation might show elevations of serum glycolytic enzymes. Indeed, they found that serum aldolase activity was elevated in rats bearing the Jensen sarcoma. These observations were confirmed by Sibley and Lehninger (1948), who, in addition, extended the studies to human cancer.
Biochemistry of Human Cancer by Oscar Bodansky