Takashi Suyemitsu

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The mechanisms that regulate the organized swimming movements of sea urchin blastulae are largely unknown. Using immunohistochemistry, we found that dopamine (DA) and the Hemicentrotus pulcherrimus homolog of the dopamine receptor D1 (Hp-DRD1) were strongly co-localized in 1-2 microm diameter granules (DA/DRD1 granules). Furthermore, these granules were(More)
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