Ultrastructural localization of amiloride-sensitive sodium channels and Na+,K(+)-ATPase in the rat's olfactory epithelial surface.

@article{Menco1998UltrastructuralLO,
  title={Ultrastructural localization of amiloride-sensitive sodium channels and Na+,K(+)-ATPase in the rat's olfactory epithelial surface.},
  author={Bert P. M. Menco and Geoffrey Birrell and Catherine M. Fuller and P I Ezeh and Deborah A Keeton and Dale J. Benos},
  journal={Chemical senses},
  year={1998},
  volume={23 2},
  pages={137-49}
}
Several studies have indicated that olfactory responses are impeded by amiloride. Therefore, it was of interest to see whether, and if so which, olfactory epithelial cellular compartments have amiloride-sensitive structures. Using ultrastructural methods that involved rapid freezing, freeze-substitution and low temperature embedding of olfactory epithelia, this study shows that, in the rat, this tissue is immunoreactive to antibodies against amiloride sensitive Na(+)-channels. However… CONTINUE READING

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CiliaNo subtypeMicrovilli
It is proposed that supporting cell microvilli and the receptor cilia themselves have mechanisms , different but likely complementary , that participate in regulating the salt concentration around the receptor cell cilia .
It is proposed that supporting cell microvilli and the receptor cilia themselves have mechanisms , different but likely complementary , that participate in regulating the salt concentration around the receptor cell cilia .
However , microvilli of olfactory supporting cells , as opposed to receptor cilia , contained most of the immunoreactive sites .
MicrovilliNo subtypeCilia
It is proposed that supporting cell microvilli and the receptor cilia themselves have mechanisms , different but likely complementary , that participate in regulating the salt concentration around the receptor cell cilia .
It is proposed that supporting cell microvilli and the receptor cilia themselves have mechanisms , different but likely complementary , that participate in regulating the salt concentration around the receptor cell cilia .
However , microvilli of olfactory supporting cells , as opposed to receptor cilia , contained most of the immunoreactive sites .
CiliaSibling in is aMicrovilli
It is proposed that supporting cell microvilli and the receptor cilia themselves have mechanisms , different but likely complementary , that participate in regulating the salt concentration around the receptor cell cilia .
It is proposed that supporting cell microvilli and the receptor cilia themselves have mechanisms , different but likely complementary , that participate in regulating the salt concentration around the receptor cell cilia .
However , microvilli of olfactory supporting cells , as opposed to receptor cilia , contained most of the immunoreactive sites .
MicrovilliSibling in is aCilia
It is proposed that supporting cell microvilli and the receptor cilia themselves have mechanisms , different but likely complementary , that participate in regulating the salt concentration around the receptor cell cilia .
It is proposed that supporting cell microvilli and the receptor cilia themselves have mechanisms , different but likely complementary , that participate in regulating the salt concentration around the receptor cell cilia .
However , microvilli of olfactory supporting cells , as opposed to receptor cilia , contained most of the immunoreactive sites .
Using ultrastructural methods that involved rapid freezing , freeze - substitution and low temperature embedding of olfactory epithelia , this study shows that , in the rat , this tissue is immunoreactive to antibodies against amiloride sensitive Na(+)-channels .
Using ultrastructural methods that involved rapid freezing , freeze - substitution and low temperature embedding of olfactory epithelia , this study shows that , in the rat , this tissue is immunoreactive to antibodies against amiloride sensitive Na(+)-channels .
Using ultrastructural methods that involved rapid freezing , freeze - substitution and low temperature embedding of olfactory epithelia , this study shows that , in the rat , this tissue is immunoreactive to antibodies against amiloride sensitive Na(+)-channels .
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