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ment of psychological retardation as within the younger human. those evidence jointly recommend that the disrup tion of mind protein synthesis by way of excessive phenylala mine degrees in babies may possibly account for the psychological retardation saw later in those youngsters. a lot paintings continues to be performed to confi~m this hazard. even though, it really is transparent from the evaluate and examine defined by way of Waisman that neurochemis try out has the instruments that would bring about an comprehend ing of - and for that reason possibly keep an eye on of - those inborn blunders of metabolism which in a different way can result in lifetimes of non-public tragedy for the af fected individuals and their households. the ultimate component of those court cases offers with neurochemical methods which take place in the course of short behavioral stories, really study ing. The mentioned learn has been encouraged by means of the quest for tactics which underlie the encoding of reminiscence, even supposing the id of those procedures isn't but sure within the quite a few reviews. Geller and Jarvik commence with a dialogue of brief time period and long-term reminiscence garage strategies, and describe the induction of retrograde amnesia via a number of brokers as proof for those processes.
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ANGELETTI, P. U. In v~t~o effects of the Nerve Growth Factor on the fine structure of the sensory nerve cells. Bna~n Re~ea~ch, 1968, 8, 347-363. , & COHEN, S. Effects of the extract of the mouse submaxillary salivary glands on the sympathetic system of mammals. Annal~ 06 the New Yo~k Academy 06 Sc~ence~. 1960, 85, 324-341. , & HAMBURGER, V. Selective growth stimulating effects of mouse sarcoma on the sensory and sympathetic nervous system of the chick embryo. Jou~nal 06 Expe~~mental Zoology, 1951, 116, 321-362.
A number of these components show peptidase activity against a variety of N-terminal argininyl dipeptides as judged by appropriate histochemical staining after migration in starch gel (A. S. Santachiara-Benerecetti-unpublished data). This is perhaps not surprising since the submaxillary gland is rich in esterases, peptidases and proteolytic enzymes. However, the 7S NGF preparations are stable when stored cold or preferably frozen. CHEMISTRY OF THE NERVE GROWTH FACTOR PROTEIN 43 gland homogenate Submaxillor~ (1-100 Ftaction ------------------, Chromoto9 CMe p"4-S -11 OEA[ ' t .
20. A large, flattened neuroblast with long forking neurite, seen in a culture stimulated with NGF 100 ]Jgm/ml (x 600). Fig. 21. Large sprouting neuroblast seen in a culture stimulated with thrombin 20 units/ml (x 600). Fig. 22. Phase contrast photograph of a flattened fresh ganglion immediately after removal from the 10 day chick. Most of the cells are typical large, maturing neuroblasts, but there are a few diminutive 'embryonic' cells (lines) (x 600). BIOLOGY OF THE NERVE GROWTH FACTOR 15 16 H.