Choline Acetylase in the Human Placenta at Different Stages of Development View Full Text


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DATE

1961-06

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GORDON BULL, CATHERINE HEBB, DOBRILA RATKOVIĆ

ABSTRACT

IT has long been known that there is acetylcholine in the human placenta1 and Comline's2 experiments established that choline acetylase, the enzyme which synthesizes acetylcholine, is in the placenta as well. The rate of acetylcholine synthesis, which he observed in extracts of acetone powders, made from mature placentæ, was between 0.6 and 0.75 mgm./gm. acetone-dried tissue/hr. Later in this laboratory, when a coupled enzyme system was used to provide an independent supply of the substrate acetyl-co-enzyme A, rates of 5–6 mgm./gm./hr. were obtained3. More... »

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1202-1202

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1932-12. Das Acetylcholin in der menschlichen Placenta in ARCHIVES OF GYNECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS
  • 1950-06. Nature of Placental Cholinesterase in NATURE
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