PMID: 6271248Sep 18, 1981

Evidence for two types of beta-adrenergic-sensitive adenylate cyclase activities in bovine cerebellum

Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta
I Novak-Hofer, A Malnoë

Abstract

A latent, as well as an expressed form of adenylate cyclase coupled to beta-adrenergic receptors is present in intact crude synaptosomal preparations from bovine cerebellum. The latent adenylate cyclase activity was assayed in Krebs-Ringer buffer by [3H]adenine labeling and was found to be coupled to a beta 1-like adrenergic receptor. The externally accessible adenylate cyclase assayed in the same medium with [3H]ATP was stimulated via beta 2-adrenergic receptors.

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