Pharmacological Properties of Glycine Transport in the Frog Retina


The high-affinity glycine transport in neurons and glial cells is the primary means for inactivating synaptic glycine. Two different glycine transporter genes, Glyt-1 and Glyt-2, have been cloned. Glyt-1 has been reported to occur in the retina, but there is no evidence for expression of the Glyt-2 transporter. We have pharmacologically characterized… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/B:NERE.0000010460.34646.34

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