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Membrane-bound choline acetyltransferase in Torpedo electric organ: a marker for synaptosomal plasma membranes?

Neuroscience

Jun 1, 1985

L Eder-Colli, S Amato

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The enzyme choline-O-acetyltransferase catalyses the biosynthesis of acetylcholine from acetyl coenzyme A and choline and is considered as one of the best markers for cholinergic nerve endings. The distribution of this enzymatic activity was analysed during the purification of plasma me...read more

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Nervousness
Choline
Tissue Membrane
Placenta Specimen
Membrane Fraction
Muscle Innervation, Function
Acetyl Coenzyme A
Synaptic Vesicles
Acute Cholinergic Dysautonomia
Torpedo marmorata
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Membrane-bound choline acetyltransferase in Torpedo electric organ: a marker for synaptosomal plasma membranes?

Neuroscience

Jun 1, 1985

L Eder-Colli, S Amato

PMID: 4022340

DOI: 10.1016/0306-4522(85)90235-0

Abstract

The enzyme choline-O-acetyltransferase catalyses the biosynthesis of acetylcholine from acetyl coenzyme A and choline and is considered as one of the best markers for cholinergic nerve endings. The distribution of this enzymatic activity was analysed during the purification of plasma me...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Nervousness
Choline
Tissue Membrane
Placenta Specimen
Membrane Fraction
Muscle Innervation, Function
Acetyl Coenzyme A
Synaptic Vesicles
Acute Cholinergic Dysautonomia
Torpedo marmorata

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