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It is generally assumed that enkephalinase A, a highly thiorphan-sensitive dipeptidylcarboxypeptidase cleaving the Gly-Phe bond during enkephalin degradation, is bound to the neuronal membrane. To clarify the localization of the enzyme, we used three neuron-like models (neuroblastoma cells N1E-115, bulk prepared neurons and neurons in primary culture) and(More)
Previous studies have revealed two different kinds of regulation of glucose utilization in cell lines derived from the nervous system (Keller et al., 1981). We found glucose metabolism of C-6 glioma cells to be limited and regulated by membrane transport. In contrast, glucose utilization of C-1300 neuroblastoma (N2A) cells was limited by the known(More)
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