Current triton X-100 treatments do not allow a complete plasminogen activator extraction from developing nervous tissue

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Determinations of plaminogen activator (PA) activity are usually performed in Triton X-100-treated tissue homogenates or crude membrane fractions. Such preparations usually involve a single Triton X-100 treatment. In the present paper we describe the pattern of variability of PA activity measured in different fractions obtained from the developing chick CNS… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00970537

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@article{PereyraAlfonso1995CurrentTX, title={Current triton X-100 treatments do not allow a complete plasminogen activator extraction from developing nervous tissue}, author={Susana Pereyra-Alfonso and Gabriel Scicolone and Sara Fiszer de Plazas and Jorge saavedra and Vladimir Flores}, journal={Neurochemical Research}, year={1995}, volume={20}, pages={137-142} }