Postmortem accumulation of tubulin in postsynaptic density preparations.

Abstract

Postsynaptic density (PSD) preparations isolated from canine cerebral cortex that had been left at 0-37 degrees C for various times were found to become enriched in two bands in a time- but not temperature-dependent manner. The two bands were identified as tubulin subunits by gel mobility and immunology, Of all the isolated synaptic structures the increase… (More)

Topics

Cite this paper

@article{Carlin1982PostmortemAO, title={Postmortem accumulation of tubulin in postsynaptic density preparations.}, author={R K Carlin and D. J. Grab and Philip Siekevitz}, journal={Journal of neurochemistry}, year={1982}, volume={38 1}, pages={94-100} }