Effect of anti-S-100 serum on36C1− ion permeability across the Deiters' neuron plasma membrane

@article{Hydn1987EffectOA,
  title={Effect of anti-S-100 serum on36C1− ion permeability across the Deiters' neuron plasma membrane},
  author={Holger Hyd{\'e}n and Aroldo Cupello and Anita Palm},
  journal={Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology},
  year={1987},
  volume={7},
  pages={439-445}
}
1. A microtechnique allowing the study of single plasma membranes from theγ-aminobutyric acid (GABA)-acceptive Deiters' neuron has been utilized in order to assess the effect of both S-100 protein and its antiserum on36C1− permeability through such membranes. 2. The results show that both S-100 (in the Ca2+ form) incorporation onto the external side of the membranes and their preincubation with anti-S-100 serum stimulate36C1− permeability. 3. These effects are not additive with that of GABA… CONTINUE READING