Dr. Satoki Ueno

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Ca++-ATPase activity was studied ultracytochemically (cf. Ando et al. 1981) in the paraphysis cerebri of the frog. An intense reaction was demonstrated on the plasmalemma of the microvilli at the apical pole of paraphyseal cells; in contrast, the basolateral plasmalemma showed only a slight staining. In addition, mitochondria, gap junctions, cilia, and(More)
The electron-microscopic localization of ouabain-sensitive, K-dependent p-nitrophenylphosphatase (K-NPPase) activity of the Na-K-ATPase complex was studied in the exorbital lacrimal gland of the untreated rat with the use of a newly developed one-step lead-citrate method (Mayahara and Ogawa 1980; Mayahara et al. 1980). In the rat lacrimal gland fixed for 15(More)
Cyclic guanosine monophosphate-phosphodiesterase (cGMP-PDEase) activity was studied histo- and cytochemically in the retinal rods of the rat with the use of a newly developed technique. Intense activity of cGMP-PDEase was evenly distributed over the outer segments of the rods. Reaction product was observed on the plasmalemma and on the disk membranes of the(More)
Ca++-ATPase activity was demonstrated histochemically at light- and electron-microscopic levels in inner and outer segments of retinal photoreceptor cells of the guinea pig with the use of a newly developed one-step lead-citrate method (Ando et al. 1981). The localization of ouabain-sensitive, K+-dependent p-nitrophenylphosphatase (K+-NPPase) activity,(More)
Guanosine triphosphatase (GTPase) activity was studied histo- and cytochemically in the rod outer segments of the rat retina by means of a newly developed method. Differences in the distribution pattern of the enzyme activity exist within the outer segment: the activity is more intense at the tip of the rod outer segments near the pigment epithelium than in(More)
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