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Synaptotagmin-like expression in the motor nerve terminals of crayfish.

Synaptotagmin-like immunoreactivity was shown to be localized at crayfish neuromuscular junctions by whole mount immunocytochemistry. Synaptotagmin-like immunoreactivity was present in both phasic and tonic excitatory terminals and inhibitory nerve terminals. Immunoblots indicated that the antibody DSYT-2 raised against Drosophila synaptotagmin, labelled proteins at relative molecular weights of 87 kDa and 107 kDa in crayfish ganglion and neuromuscular preparations.[1]


  1. Synaptotagmin-like expression in the motor nerve terminals of crayfish. Cooper, R.L., Hampson, D.R., Atwood, H.L. Brain Res. (1995) [Pubmed]
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