Influence of nerve on the formation and survival of acetylcholine receptor and cholinesterase patches on embryonic Xenopus muscle cells in culture.

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Embryonic Xenopus muscle cells grown in culture develop discrete patches of high acetylcholine receptor (AChR) density. By following identified muscle cells after staining with fluorescent alpha-bungarotoxin, we have found that many of these AChR patches survive in a fixed position for several days. For AChR patches on the lower surface of the cell (the… (More)

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