Protein phosphatase-1 regulates outward K+ currents in sensory neurons of Aplysia californica.

@article{Endo1995ProteinPR,
  title={Protein phosphatase-1 regulates outward K+ currents in sensory neurons of Aplysia californica.},
  author={Shunro Endo and St. D. Critz and John H. Byrne and Shirish S Shenolikar},
  journal={Journal of neurochemistry},
  year={1995},
  volume={64 4},
  pages={
          1833-40
        }
}
The peptide neurotransmitter Phe-Met-Arg-PheNH2 (FMRFamide) increases outward K+ currents and promotes dephosphorylation of many phosphoproteins in Aplysia sensory neurons. We examined FMRFamide-induced current responses in sensory neurons injected with thiophosphorylated protein phosphate inhibitor-1 and inhibitor-2 (I-1 and I-2), two structurally different vertebrate protein phosphatase-1 (PP1) inhibitors to define a role for PP1 in the physiological actions of FMRFamide. Thiophosphorylated I… CONTINUE READING
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