Turnover of acetylcholine receptors in skeletal muscle

Peter N Devreotes, D. M. Fambrough

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Abstract

This report summarizes the analysis of the accumulation of receptors, emphasizing that it is the result of active metabolic turnover. Although most of the research has focused upon receptor metabolism in embryonic muscle in tissue culture, many aspects of receptor metabolism in tissue culture are similar to those leading to the spread of acetylcholine sensitivity in adult muscle following denervation.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationSymposia on Quantitative Biology
Pages237-251
Number of pages15
VolumeVol. 40
StatePublished - 1975

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Cholinergic Receptors
Skeletal Muscle
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Devreotes, P. N., & Fambrough, D. M. (1975). Turnover of acetylcholine receptors in skeletal muscle. In Symposia on Quantitative Biology (Vol. Vol. 40, pp. 237-251)

Turnover of acetylcholine receptors in skeletal muscle. / Devreotes, Peter N; Fambrough, D. M.

Symposia on Quantitative Biology. Vol. Vol. 40 1975. p. 237-251.

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Devreotes, PN & Fambrough, DM 1975, Turnover of acetylcholine receptors in skeletal muscle. in Symposia on Quantitative Biology. vol. Vol. 40, pp. 237-251.
Devreotes PN, Fambrough DM. Turnover of acetylcholine receptors in skeletal muscle. In Symposia on Quantitative Biology. Vol. Vol. 40. 1975. p. 237-251
Devreotes, Peter N ; Fambrough, D. M. / Turnover of acetylcholine receptors in skeletal muscle. Symposia on Quantitative Biology. Vol. Vol. 40 1975. pp. 237-251
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