Hormone-sensitive adenyl cyclase: cytochemical localization in rat liver.

@article{Reik1970HormonesensitiveAC,
  title={Hormone-sensitive adenyl cyclase: cytochemical localization in rat liver.},
  author={Linda M. Reik and G L Petzold and Joan A. Higgins and Paul Greengard and Russell J. Barrnett},
  journal={Science},
  year={1970},
  volume={168 3929},
  pages={382-4}
}
An electron microscopic procedure has been developed, using rat liver, for the localization of hormone-sensitive adenyl cyclase. Isoproterenol-sensitive adenyl cyclase is located almost exclusively in the parenchymal cells. In contrast, glucagon-sensitive adenyl cyclase is located primarily in the reticulo-endothelial cells but is also present in parenchymal cells. Sodium fluoride-sensitive adenyl cyclase is found in both cell types. 

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