Brain protein synthesis rates are not sensitive to elevated GABA, taurine, or glycine

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The effects of elevated levels of GABA, glycine, or taurine on the rate of protein synthesis in plasma, brain, liver, and muscle of adult mice were measured in in vivo experiments after a flooding dose of labeled valine. Elevation of these amino acids caused hypothermia; keeping the animals in an incubator maintained physiological body temperature. The… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00964165

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@article{Toth1984BrainPS, title={Brain protein synthesis rates are not sensitive to elevated GABA, taurine, or glycine}, author={Eugene Toth and Abel Lajtha}, journal={Neurochemical Research}, year={1984}, volume={9}, pages={173-179} }