PMID: 591997Dec 1, 1977

Incorporation of amino acids into protein in different brain areas of rat, subjected to enriched and restricted environment

Journal of the Neurological Sciences
H Hydén, L Rönnbäck


The incorporation of [14C]valine into acid-insoluble brain material from rats living in enriched and restricted environment, respectively, was studied. Quantitative estimations showed higher incorporation into brain protein of frontal, entorhinal, cerebellar and visual cortex and the hippocampus in enriched environment animals compared to restricted environment animals. This finding was confirmed by autoradiography.


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