Acetylcholine and lobster sensory neurones.

Abstract

Experiments are presented in support of the hypothesis that acetylcholine functions as a sensory transmitter in the lobster nervous system.1. Several different peripheral sensory structures incorporate radioactive choline into acetylcholine. The preparation most enriched in sensory as opposed to other nervous elements (the antennular sense organs of the… (More)

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