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Differences in the structure of adrenaline and acth receptors in adipose cells of rats


, : Differences in the structure of adrenaline and acth receptors in adipose cells of rats. Byulleten' Eksperimental'noi Biologii i Meditsiny 88(11): 539-540

Treatment of adipose tissue of the rat epididymis with trypsin decreased the lipolytic action of ACTH by 95% and the lipolytic action of adrenaline [epinephrine, E] by 50%. Supplementation of the incubation sample with lysolecithin suspension led to a complete loss of the tissue sensitivity to ACTH and a 40% decrease in the sensitivity to E. A conclusion is made about the different structures of E and ACTH-receptors in the plasma membrane of adipose cells.

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