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Our understanding of the substrates of locomotion, and hence our understanding of the causes of deficits following spinal cord injury, is still incomplete. While severe locomotor deficits can be induced by either contusion or laceration injuries or demyelination of thoracic spinal cord ventral and ventrolateral white matter, loss of mid-thoracic gray matter(More)
The adrenal medulla contains an enzyme which catalyzes the hydrolysis of 2',3'-cAMP to 2'-AMP. For the parameters which have been examined, the adrenal medulla 2',3'-cAMP phosphodiesterase appears to be similar to brain 2',3'-cyclic nucleotide 3'-phosphodiesterase (also commonly referred to as CNPase). The apparent Km of the adrenal medulla CNPase for(More)
The subcellular localization of calmodulin, cyclic nucleotide phosphodiesterase, and adenylate cyclase was studied in bovine adrenal medulla. Approximately 70% of the calmodulin and 90% of the cAMP phosphodiesterase activities were found colocalized in the cytoplasm. The subcellular distribution of adenylate cyclase closely paralleled the distribution of(More)
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