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Constitution and properties of axonal membranes of crustacean nerves

Biochemistry

Dec 16, 1975

M BalernaM Lazdunski

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The purification of axonal membranes of crustaceans was followed by measuring enrichment in [3H]tetrodotoxin binding capacity and in Na+, K+-ATPase activity. A characteristic of these membranes is their high content of lipids and their low content of protein as compared to other types o...read more

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Constitution and properties of axonal membranes of crustacean nerves

Biochemistry

Dec 16, 1975

M BalernaM Lazdunski

PMID: 58

DOI: 10.1021/bi00696a019

Abstract

The purification of axonal membranes of crustaceans was followed by measuring enrichment in [3H]tetrodotoxin binding capacity and in Na+, K+-ATPase activity. A characteristic of these membranes is their high content of lipids and their low content of protein as compared to other types o...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

ACHE Gene
Hydrogen-Ion Concentration
Scorpion antigen
Acetylcholinesterase Measurement
Phospholipid Measurement
Nicotine Measurement
Site
Presynaptic Terminals
Interphase Cell
Lipids
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