J López-Lahoya

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Methylmalonate is accumulated in the genetically linked deficiency of methylmalonyl-CoA mutase (methylmalonic acidemia). In this condition is also observed an elevation of the glycine levels. This communication reports the inhibition of the synaptosomal glycine uptake by methylmalonate, when present at similar concentrations to those found in methylmalonic(More)
The postnatal development of glycine synaptic receptors has been studied. Strychnine binding to the synaptic membrane fraction is very low at birth, increases thereafter, and reaches adult values at the 15th day in the brain, and at the 30th day in the spinal cord. Throughout postnatal development, there are more glycine receptors in the spinal cord than in(More)
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