No evidence for enkephalinase A on neuronal cells.


It is generally assumed that enkephalinase A, a highly thiorphan-sensitive dipeptidylcarboxypeptidase cleaving the Gly-Phe bond during enkephalin degradation, is bound to the neuronal membrane. To clarify the localization of the enzyme, we used three neuron-like models (neuroblastoma cells N1E-115, bulk prepared neurons and neurons in primary culture) and… (More)


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@article{Lentzen1983NoEF, title={No evidence for enkephalinase A on neuronal cells.}, author={Hans Lentzen and Ingrid Monden and J. Linke and J. Palenker}, journal={Life sciences}, year={1983}, volume={33 Suppl 1}, pages={105-8} }