Changes in neuromuscular junction endplate current time constants produced by sulfhydryl reagents ( acetylcholine receptor / noise analysis / disulfide bonds )

@inproceedings{STEINACKERt2003ChangesIN,
  title={Changes in neuromuscular junction endplate current time constants produced by sulfhydryl reagents ( acetylcholine receptor / noise analysis / disulfide bonds )},
  author={A. STEINACKERt and And and D. C.'ZUAZAGA},
  year={2003}
}
  • A. STEINACKERt, And, D. C.'ZUAZAGA
  • Published 2003
The acetylcholine receptor is a protein that contains certain critical disulfide bonds. Experiments were designed to determine the role such bonds might play in the physiological activity of the receptor. Modification of the receptor with sodium bisulfite and diamide produced an increase in the time constants of the miniature endplate current without changes in the singlechannel properties of the receptor. Controls were done to. determine that this change in the miniature endplate current was… CONTINUE READING