Bidirectional axonal transport of free glycine in identified neurons R3--R14 of Aplysia.

@article{Price1979BidirectionalAT,
  title={Bidirectional axonal transport of free glycine in identified neurons R3--R14 of Aplysia.},
  author={Christopher H. Price and David J. McAdoo and W C Farr and R. Okuda},
  journal={Journal of neurobiology},
  year={1979},
  volume={10 6},
  pages={551-71}
}
The axonal transport of 3H-amino acids was studied in the axons of identified neurons R3--R14 in the parietovisceral ganglion (PVG) of the mollusc Aplysia. The PVG was incubated (3--24 hr) in media containing physiological concentrations of single 3H-amino acids while the isolated nerve was superfused with plain or chemically altered media. The nerve was then sliced into sequential segments for biochemical analyses or fixed for autoradiography. 3H-glucine was transported at 70 mm/day in 6X… CONTINUE READING