Rapid transport of phosphatidylcholine occurring simultaneously with protein transport in the frog sciatic nerve.

@article{Abe1973RapidTO,
  title={Rapid transport of phosphatidylcholine occurring simultaneously with protein transport in the frog sciatic nerve.},
  author={Takaaki Abe and Tatsuya Haga and Misuzu Kurokawa},
  journal={The Biochemical journal},
  year={1973},
  volume={136 3},
  pages={731-40}
}
1. Either l-[4,5-(3)H]leucine or [Me-(3)H]choline, or both l-[U-(14)C]leucine and [Me-(3)H]-choline, were injected into the ninth dorsal root ganglion of the frog, and peripheral transport of labelled proteins and/or phospholipids, mostly phosphatidylcholine, was studied by analysis of consecutive segments of the sciatic nerve. 2. At 25 degrees C, approx. 5% of the (3)H-labelled protein was transported at the rate of 152mm/day. The rate was temperature-dependent with the Q(10) value of 2.6. The… CONTINUE READING
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