Great Britain The State of Phosphorylation us vivo of Membrane - Bound Phosphoproteins in Rat Brain

  • ciwARD RODNIGHT
  • Published 2005

Abstract

The alkali-labile P content of membrane protein prepared from rapidly frozen rat brain was measured, CUS04 being used to inhibit protein phosphatase activity during subcellular fractionation. The P content of the membrane fraction was significantly increased (+12%/) over the control value by incubation of homogenates with ATP before fractionation. This suggests that the membrane protein in rat brain is normally only partially phosphorylated.

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@inproceedings{RODNIGHT2005GreatBT, title={Great Britain The State of Phosphorylation us vivo of Membrane - Bound Phosphoproteins in Rat Brain}, author={ciwARD RODNIGHT}, year={2005} }