Axonal transport of proteins in experimental neuropathies

David E Pleasure, Kathleen G. Mishler, W. King Engel

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Abstract

Axoplasmic flow of proteins is interrupted in cats with neuropathy induced by acrylamide, but it is not interrupted in normal cats and in those with neuropathy induced by tri-orthocresyl phosphate. The proteins move from lumbosacral motor neurons along the ventral roots and from ganglion cells toward the spinal cord along the dorsal roots at about 11/2 millimeters per day.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)524-525
Number of pages2
JournalScience
Volume166
Issue number3904
StatePublished - 1969
Externally publishedYes

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Axonal Transport
Spinal Nerve Roots
Carrier Proteins
Cats
Acrylamide
Motor Neurons
Ganglia
Spinal Cord
Proteins
Phosphates

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Pleasure, D. E., Mishler, K. G., & Engel, W. K. (1969). Axonal transport of proteins in experimental neuropathies. Science, 166(3904), 524-525.

Axonal transport of proteins in experimental neuropathies. / Pleasure, David E; Mishler, Kathleen G.; Engel, W. King.

In: Science, Vol. 166, No. 3904, 1969, p. 524-525.

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Pleasure, DE, Mishler, KG & Engel, WK 1969, 'Axonal transport of proteins in experimental neuropathies', Science, vol. 166, no. 3904, pp. 524-525.
Pleasure DE, Mishler KG, Engel WK. Axonal transport of proteins in experimental neuropathies. Science. 1969;166(3904):524-525.
Pleasure, David E ; Mishler, Kathleen G. ; Engel, W. King. / Axonal transport of proteins in experimental neuropathies. In: Science. 1969 ; Vol. 166, No. 3904. pp. 524-525.
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