Decline of Tissue Noradrenaline under the Influence of a Mitotic Inhibitor

Abstract

MATERIALS are transported down axons by two processes: a slow process of bulk axoplasmic flow moving at 1–6 mm/day and a fast transport process which is thought to be mediated by neurotubules and moves at 102–103 mm/day1. Drugs such as colchicine, which inhibit mitosis by interfering with the formation of the mitotic spindle, interact also with neurotubules… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/227967a0

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