Acetylcoenzyme A and the synthesis of acetylcholine in neurones: review of recent progress

S Tucek
1983 General Physiology and Biophysics  
A review of recent progress in the investigation of the following two problems is given: (a) the origin of actyl groups in the acetylcoenzyme A which is used for the synthesis of actylcholine in mammalian nerve cells; (b) the role of acetylcoenzyme A in the control of acetylcholine synthesis. The data reviewed are mainly those that have been published after the reviews by Quastel (1978), Tucek (1978) and Jope (1979).
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