Neurone-specific enolase and creatine phosphokinase are protein components of rat brain synaptic plasma membranes.

@article{Lim1983NeuronespecificEA,
  title={Neurone-specific enolase and creatine phosphokinase are protein components of rat brain synaptic plasma membranes.},
  author={Louis Lim and Christine Hall and Thomas K. Leung and Louis C. Mahadevan and Stephen A Whatley},
  journal={Journal of neurochemistry},
  year={1983},
  volume={41 4},
  pages={1177-82}
}
Neuron-specific enolase and creatine phosphokinase were found, by 2-dimensional gel analysis, in rat brain synaptic plasma membranes (SPM). The identity of these enzymes was confirmed by comigration with purified rat brain NSE and CPK and by peptide analysis. The specific enzymatic activities of enolase and creatine phosphokinase, as well as of pyruvate kinase, also present on the membranes, were comparable to those in the homogenates when these three enzymes were fully activated. In the SPM… CONTINUE READING

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