Histochemistry in rat brain and spinal cord with an antibody directed at the cholecystokininA receptor.

@article{Mercer1997HistochemistryIR,
  title={Histochemistry in rat brain and spinal cord with an antibody directed at the cholecystokininA receptor.},
  author={Linda D Mercer and Philip M. Beart},
  journal={Neuroscience letters},
  year={1997},
  volume={225 2},
  pages={97-100}
}
Various neurobiological evidence indicates that A-subtype cholecystokinin (CCKA) receptors are widely distributed through the mammalian neuroaxis despite the sparse localization found by receptor autoradiography. To address this paradox, immunohistochemistry has been performed in rat brain and spinal cord using an antibody directed at a portion of the amino terminal sequence of the CCKA receptor. Immunoreactivity, visualised using diaminobenzidine, was widely and topographically distributed… CONTINUE READING