β-adrenergic receptors and enzymes in rat myocardial membranes: implications of fractionation procedures andβ-adrenoceptor antagonists

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1. We performed an enzymatic characterization of two different fractionation procedures of ventricles from rat hearts. The enzymatic assays covered succinic dehydrogenase as a marker for inner mitochondrial membranes, monoamine oxidase as a marker for outer mitochondrial membranes, NADPH-cytochromec reductase and RNA as endoplasmatic reticular markers, acid… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00711245

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@article{Schrader2004adrenergicRA, title={β-adrenergic receptors and enzymes in rat myocardial membranes: implications of fractionation procedures andβ-adrenoceptor antagonists}, author={Eva Schrader and Margit Inczedy-Marcsek and Horst F. Grobecker}, journal={Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology}, year={2004}, volume={8}, pages={193-204} }