Annie K. L. Ting

Suggest Changes
Learn More
The presence of a collagenous protein (ColQ) characterizes the collagen-tailed forms of acetylcholinesterase and butyrylcholinesterase at vertebrate neuromuscular junctions which is tethered in the(More)
At vertebrate neuromuscular junctions, ATP is known to stabilize acetylcholine in the synaptic vesicles and to be co-released with it. We have shown previously that a nucleotide receptor, P2Y(1)(More)
Acetylcholinesterase (AChE; EC 3.1.1.7) is a highly polymorphic enzyme (Massoulié, 2002). Asingle ACHE gene produces several types of catalytic subunits by alternative splicing, but a single splice(More)
The presence of a collagenous protein (ColQ) characterizes the collagen-tailed forms of acetylcholinesterase at vertebrate neuromuscular junctions (nmjs). Two ColQ transcripts as ColQ-1 and ColQ-1a,(More)