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The involvement of lysophosphoglycerides in neurotransmitter release; the composition and turnover of phospholipids of synaptic vesicles of guinea-pig cerebral cortex and Torpedo electric organ and the effect of stimulation

Brain Research

Dec 26, 1975

R R BakerV P Whittaker

PMID: 129

Abstract

(1) Crude synaptosomal fractions (P2) derived from guinea-pig cerebral cortex were incubated in the presence of 50 mM KCl in a Krebs-glucose medium. Torpedo marmorata electric organs were stimulated electrically in vivo at 5 pulses/sec for 30 min by electrodes placed on the electric lob...read more

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AKT1S1 gene
Phosphatidylethanolamine
Phospholipid Measurement
Insula of Reil
Oleate
Vesicle
Lysophosphatidylcholines
Tissue Membrane
Biochemical Turnover
Microsomes
1
15
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The involvement of lysophosphoglycerides in neurotransmitter release; the composition and turnover of phospholipids of synaptic vesicles of guinea-pig cerebral cortex and Torpedo electric organ and the effect of stimulation

Brain Research

Dec 26, 1975

R R BakerV P Whittaker

PMID: 129

DOI:

Abstract

(1) Crude synaptosomal fractions (P2) derived from guinea-pig cerebral cortex were incubated in the presence of 50 mM KCl in a Krebs-glucose medium. Torpedo marmorata electric organs were stimulated electrically in vivo at 5 pulses/sec for 30 min by electrodes placed on the electric lob...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

AKT1S1 gene
Phosphatidylethanolamine
Phospholipid Measurement
Insula of Reil
Oleate
Vesicle
Lysophosphatidylcholines
Tissue Membrane
Biochemical Turnover
Microsomes
1
15

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  • Citations9
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