Ascorbic acid mediates brain extract induction of acetylcholine receptors in a cultured cell line

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Cornell University, Aug., 1984 - Health & Fitness - 262 pages
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NEVER HAS SCHOLARSHIP AND ART COMBINED TO SO ELEGANTLY ELUCIDATE THE FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE. TWO THUMBS UP!!

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This is a suspenseful and gripping expose of the intimate relationship between the rodent nerve and muscle. The author leads us on an amazing journey that can best be described as a world rocking view into the abyss.

Contents

Introduction
14
Purification and characterization
49
The specificity of acetylcholine receptor
85

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