Independence of protein synthesis and drug uptake in nerve cell bodies and glial cells isolated by a new technique.

@article{Sellinger1971IndependenceOP,
  title={Independence of protein synthesis and drug uptake in nerve cell bodies and glial cells isolated by a new technique.},
  author={Otto Z. Sellinger and Julio M. Azcurra and Duane E. Johnson and Willy Ohlsson and Zdeněk Lodin},
  journal={Nature: New biology},
  year={1971},
  volume={230 16},
  pages={
          253-6
        }
}
A severe handicap in any study of the cellular biochemistry of the brain is the unavailability of sufficient amounts of pure neurones and glial cells. Many efforts to separate one from the other have been made1, but only four basic types of isolation procedures have been described for routine use: (1) brain is treated with a mixture of acetone-glycerol and water before mincing and centrifugation3–5; (2) brain mince is sieved and subjected to gradient centrifugation1,6–8—this separates neuronal… CONTINUE READING

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