Receptor-mediated phosphoinositide hydrolysis in human ocular ciliary epithelial cells.


The hydrolysis of phosphoinositides (PI) in peripheral tissues can be stimulated by a number of putative neurotransmitters and this stimulation can be blocked by specific antagonists. Epithelial cells derived from the nonpigmented layer of the ocular ciliary epithelium were transfected by simian virus 40 and grown in culture to semiconfluency. The cells… (More)


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