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Tetrodotoxin receptors in membrane fragments: purification from Electrophorus electricus electroplax and binding properties

Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta

Apr 6, 1981

H H GrünhagenP Reiter

PMID: 6269611

Abstract

A tetrodotoxin receptor-rich preparation of membrane fragments from the electric organ of Electrophorus electricus is described. The specific binding of neurotoxins and freeze-fracture electron microscopy are used as tools to identify and to characterize membrane fractions. Freeze-fract...read more

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Chromatography
Tetrodotoxin
Receptors, Drug
Ion Channel
Vesicle
Electron Microscopy, Diagnostic
Electron Microscopy
Lectin Activity
Sodium
Purification Aspects
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Tetrodotoxin receptors in membrane fragments: purification from Electrophorus electricus electroplax and binding properties

Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta

Apr 6, 1981

H H GrünhagenP Reiter

PMID: 6269611

DOI:

Abstract

A tetrodotoxin receptor-rich preparation of membrane fragments from the electric organ of Electrophorus electricus is described. The specific binding of neurotoxins and freeze-fracture electron microscopy are used as tools to identify and to characterize membrane fractions. Freeze-fract...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Chromatography
Tetrodotoxin
Receptors, Drug
Ion Channel
Vesicle
Electron Microscopy, Diagnostic
Electron Microscopy
Lectin Activity
Sodium
Purification Aspects

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Isolation and characterization of a monoclonal antibody against the saxitoxin-binding component from the electric organ of the eel Electrophorus electricus

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