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By Eugene Toy, William Seifert Jr., Henry W. Strobel, Konrad P. Harms

Publish yr note: First released might sixth 2005
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PCP is known to bind with high affinity to brain membranes (Vincent et al. 1978: Zukin and Zukin 19791: however, the physiological activity of these receptors has not-yet beenelucidated, nor have these receptors been identified. One effect of low concentrations of PCP is a blockade of a portion of the potassium-stimulated 86Rb efflux from rat brain presynaptic nerve terminals (synaptosomes) (Albuquerque et al. 1981; Albuquerque et al. 1983; Blaustein and Ickowicz 1983). These studies led to the suggestion that PCP may selectively block certain potassium channels, and that this effect might account for the behavioral action of the drug (Albuquerque et al.

Seen when fractions were incubated with alpha-chymotrypsin. Boiled enzymes did not alter the ability of active fractions to 26 inhibit the binding of 3H-PCP to its receptor. These data suggest that the endogenous material is a protein or peptide. FIGURE 1. TABLE 1. 6 10 n units of PCP-like activity were incubated with various concentrations The remaining of active or inactive (boiled at 80 °C for 10 min) enzymes. activity was then evaluated by the 3H-PCP binding assay. One unit of activity is equivalent to 1 mole of PCP.

1978: Zukin and Zukin 19791: however, the physiological activity of these receptors has not-yet beenelucidated, nor have these receptors been identified. One effect of low concentrations of PCP is a blockade of a portion of the potassium-stimulated 86Rb efflux from rat brain presynaptic nerve terminals (synaptosomes) (Albuquerque et al. 1981; Albuquerque et al. 1983; Blaustein and Ickowicz 1983). These studies led to the suggestion that PCP may selectively block certain potassium channels, and that this effect might account for the behavioral action of the drug (Albuquerque et al.

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