Association of neuroactive peptides with the protein secretory pathway in identified neurons of Aplysia californica: immunolocalization of SCPA and SCPB to the contents of dense-core vesicles and the trans face of the Golgi apparatus.

@article{Reed1988AssociationON,
  title={Association of neuroactive peptides with the protein secretory pathway in identified neurons of Aplysia californica: immunolocalization of SCPA and SCPB to the contents of dense-core vesicles and the trans face of the Golgi apparatus.},
  author={Walter Reed and Klaudiusz R. Weiss and Philip E. Lloyd and Irving Kupfermann and Michael C. Chen and Craig Bailey},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  year={1988},
  volume={272 3},
  pages={358-69}
}
The subcellular distribution of two molluscan neuropeptides, the small cardioactive peptides A and B (SCPA and SCPB), has been determined in two identified Aplysia buccal ganglion neurons, B1 and B2. These neurons were previously shown to synthesize and release these neuropeptides. B1 and B2, identified by their size and location within the ganglion, were labeled by intrasomatic injection of an electron-dense particulate marker (ferritin or Imposil) permitting the unequivocal identification of… CONTINUE READING
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