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NMDAR and anti-PD 1

T Christova, Z Grozdanovic, R Gossrau
Previous studies on adult rat and mouse skeletal muscles have shown the spatial association of nitric oxide synthase (NOS) I to the dystrophin complex (DC) in the sarcolemma of type II fibers and, in combination with the NMDA receptor-1 (NMDAR-1), an accumulation of the enzyme at the neuromuscular junctions (NMJ) of this fiber type. Using immunohistochemistry, enzyme histochemistry and alpha-bungarotoxin labeling we report here temporal relationships of NOS I, members of the DC, other components of the cortical cytoskeleton in the junctional and non-junctional sarcolemma as well as of molecules involved in NMJ transmission of either type I or II myofibers especially in head and neck muscles during postnatal rat and mouse development...
August 1997: Acta Histochemica
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