Distribution of opioid receptors in canine small intestine: implications for function.

@article{Allescher1989DistributionOO,
  title={Distribution of opioid receptors in canine small intestine: implications for function.},
  author={H D Allescher and Sultan Rizwan Ahmad and Peter Leszek Kostka and Chiu Yin Kwan and Edwin E. Daniel},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1989},
  volume={256 6 Pt 1},
  pages={
          G966-74
        }
}
Distribution of the binding sites for [3H]diprenorphine, a non-selective opiate ligand, was studied in membrane fractions from longitudinal muscle/myenteric plexus and circular muscle containing deep muscular plexus. [3H]saxitoxin was used as a marker for neuronal plasma membranes and 5'-nucleotidase as a marker for smooth muscle plasma membranes. Saxitoxin binding correlated strongly with diprenorphine binding, but 5'-nucleotidase correlated poorly with diprenorphine or saxitoxin binding in… CONTINUE READING

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