Axonal transport of radiolabeled materials in afferent fibers of rabbit vagus nerve following supranodose vagotomy.

@article{Sato1986AxonalTO,
  title={Axonal transport of radiolabeled materials in afferent fibers of rabbit vagus nerve following supranodose vagotomy.},
  author={Michiko Sato and Katsuaki Yoshizaki and Hiroshi Koyano},
  journal={The Japanese journal of physiology},
  year={1986},
  volume={36 1},
  pages={225-30}
}
[3H]leucine was injected into the nodose ganglion of the rabbit following ipsilateral supranodose vagotomy to eliminate the vagal efferent fibers. Labeled materials were transported in afferent fibers of the vagus nerve at fast transport rates of 12 cm/day and slow transport of 3-5 cm/day. In particular, axoplasm protein occupied about 40% of the highly labeled component of the slow transport, and the rate of this component was 1.8-2.5 cm/day. It was assumed that the highly labeled component… CONTINUE READING

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