Phosphorylation of membrane-associated proteins by phorbol esters in isolated bag cell neurons of Aplysia.


Following brief synaptic stimulation, the bag cell neurons in the abdominal ganglion of Aplysia undergo a series of changes in electrophysiological and secretory properties that triggers egg laying behavior. Activation of protein kinase C appears to play an important role in these changes and, in particular, causes the unmasking of a new species of voltage… (More)


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