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Axoplasm chemical composition in Myxicola and solubility properties of its structural proteins

The Journal of Physiology

Dec 1, 1975

Denis Gilbert

PMID: 1260

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Abstract

The chemical composition of axoplasm extracted from the giant axon of Myxicola infundibulum has been analysed, and some of the factors which disperse its gel structure have been identified. 2. The axoplasm contains about 3-6% protein, and 0-12% lipid. It is isosmotic with sea water and ...read more

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Myxicola
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    The Journal of Physiology

    Dec 1, 1975

    Denis Gilbert

    PMID: 1260

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    Abstract

    The chemical composition of axoplasm extracted from the giant axon of Myxicola infundibulum has been analysed, and some of the factors which disperse its gel structure have been identified. 2. The axoplasm contains about 3-6% protein, and 0-12% lipid. It is isosmotic with sea water and ...read more

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    Homarine
    Proteolytic Enzyme
    Aqua marina, sea water, Homeopathic preparation
    Potassium
    Benign Melanocytic Nevus

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