Adenosine-containing neurons in the brain localized by immunocytochemistry.


Specific sensitive rabbit antisera directed against the adenosine derivative laevulinic acid (O2',3'-adenosine acetal), which are capable of detecting as little as 1 pmol of adenosine by radioimmunoassay and which require more than 1000- to 40,000-fold greater concentrations of adenine nucleotides to displace adenosine binding to antisera, have been… (More)


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@article{Braas1986AdenosinecontainingNI, title={Adenosine-containing neurons in the brain localized by immunocytochemistry.}, author={Karen M. Braas and Andrew C Newby and Virginia S Wilson and Solomon H. Snyder}, journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience}, year={1986}, volume={6 7}, pages={1952-61} }