V Pchalek

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Dopamine, but also other catecholamines (noradrenaline, adrenaline and isoprenaline), as well as L-dopa and alpha-methyl-dopa increase the incorporation of L-[1-3H]fucose into proteins of rat hippocampal slices. Among all substances that have been tested, dopamine exhibited the highest activity. Other non- or monohydroxylated phenylethylamine-derivatives(More)
The aim of the present investigation was to provide evidence for the topographic localization of dopamine (0.5 mM) stimulated L-[3H]fucose incorporation into rat hippocampal proteins in vitro. For this purpose, radiochemical estimations of fucosylation of hippocampal proteins were paralleled by histoautoradiography. The data of the radiochemical study(More)
The present paper is concerned with the question whether dopamine-stimulated fucosylation of glycoproteins of the rat hippocampus in vitro is augmented by treating animals with methylglucamine orotate (MGO). Dopamine (DA) in concentrations between 0.1-0.5 mM resulted in a dose-dependent increase in L-fucose incorporation of up to about 130%. Neither the(More)
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