A Buchstaller

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Polyclonal antibodies were raised to synthetic peptides having amino acid sequences corresponding with the N- or C-terminal part of the gamma-aminobutyric acidA (GABAA) receptor alpha 5-subunit. These anti-peptide alpha 5(2-10) or anti-peptide alpha 5(427-433) antibodies reacted specifically with GABAA receptors purified from the brains of 5-10-day-old rats(More)
GABAA receptors purified from the brains of 5- to 10-day-old rats were completely N- and O-deglycosylated using N-glycanase and/or neuraminidase plus O-glycanase. Intact or completely deglycosylated receptors were subjected to SDS-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis and Western blot analysis. Polyclonal antibodies directed against synthetic aminoacid(More)
beta 2- and beta 3-subunits of GABAA receptors purified from the brains of 5-10-day-old rats were investigated in the intact or completely N-deglycosylated state using the beta-subunit-specific monoclonal antibody bd-17 and polyclonal antibodies directed against synthetic amino acid sequences specific for the GABAA receptor beta 2- or beta 3-subunits. The(More)
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