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Histochemical characteristics of diphosphate nucleoside consumption in cat and rat nervous system

AuthorsMartínez-Murillo, Ricardo ; Martínez-Rodríguez, Ricardo; Toledano Gasca, Adolfo ; Barca, M. A.
Issue Date1979
CitationActa Histochemica 65: 138-145 (1979)
AbstractConsumption of diphosphate nucleosides was investigated by histochemical methods in rat and cat nervous system. The results show NDP-ase is found in histological sections from animals previously perfused with glutaraldehyde or formaldehyde. The histochemical reaction is increased in presence of Ca++, Mg++, Mn++ or imidazole, and inhibited by L-DOPA and noradrenaline in incubation medium. A comparative study of TPP-ase and NDP-ase activities is described to elucidate the identity of both enzymes.
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