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Brain-Cell Protein Synthesis Specifically Related to Learning*

By H. Hydén and P. W. Lange

Abstract

The study takes up the problem whether synthesis of certain protein fractions in nerve cells of the hippocampus in rats during the transfer of handedness may be specific for this learning process. Electrophoretic separation of protein was carried out on polyacrylamide gels at the microscale. The investigation encompasses the brain-specific, acidic protein S100 and two protein fractions moving close to the S100 protein during electrophoresis. The protein synthesis was studied during one month of intermittent training of the animals

Topics: Biological Sciences: Physiology
Year: 1970
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:283001
Provided by: PubMed Central
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