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Isolation and properties of the alpha‐latrotoxin receptor.
The receptor protein of alpha‐latrotoxin (alpha LTx, a neurotoxin with ‘pure’ presynaptic action isolated from black widow spider venom), was solubilized by Triton X‐100 from bovine brain membranesExpand
Bispecific monoclonal antibodies to human interleukin 2 and horseradish peroxidase.
Hybrid hybridomas (tetradomas), producing bispecific monoclonal antibodies (bmabs) binding to both interleukin 2 and horseradish peroxidase were obtained by fusing IL 2-specific and HRP-specificExpand
De-novo formation of tight-like junctions induced with phalloidin between mouse lymphocytes
USSR Academy of Sciences, Institute of Bio-Organic Chemistry, Moscow, 117232, USSR suggested that the point forms of these junctions represent an initial stage of tightlike junction formation. TightExpand
Trans-diamminedichlorplatinum (II)-modified probes for detection of picogram quantities of DNA.
A novel simple nonradioactive method for detection of specific nucleotide sequences has been developed. This method consists of the hybridization of a target DNA with a DNA probe modified withExpand
[Study of the receptor for black widow spider neurotoxin. II. Isolation and characteristics of the receptor from bovine brain membranes].
Biospecific sorbents for isolation of the latrotoxin receptor have been obtained and studied. Binding of the receptor components solubilized from the bovine cerebral cortex membrane to theExpand
[Study of the receptor for black widow spider neurotoxin. I. Characteristics of membrane-bound and solubilized receptors from the bovine brain].
Iodine-125 labelled alpha-latrotoxin from the venom of Central Asia black widow spider Latrodectus mactans tredecimguttatus binds specifically to the bovine brain membrane receptor producing a stableExpand