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Effects of persistent selective suppression of ganglionic butyryl cholin esterase ec 3.1.1.8 on steady state and regenerating levels of acetyl cholin esterase ec 3.1.1.7 implications regarding function of butyryl cholin esterase and regulation of protein synthesis



Effects of persistent selective suppression of ganglionic butyryl cholin esterase ec 3.1.1.8 on steady state and regenerating levels of acetyl cholin esterase ec 3.1.1.7 implications regarding function of butyryl cholin esterase and regulation of protein synthesis



Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 73(8): 2936-2938



Persistent selective suppression of the butyrylcholinesterase (cholinesterase; acylcholine acyl-hydrolase, EC 3.1.1.8) activity of the superior cervical, stellate and ciliary ganglia of cats by the daily administration of tetramonoisopropyl pyrophosphotetramide, 3.0 .mu.mol/kg, i.v., for 6 days produced a significant elevation in the levels of ganglionic acetylcholinesterase (acetylcholine hydrolase, EC 3.1.1.7). When the same procedure was preceded by the inactivation of over 95% of the ganglionic acetylcholinesterase by sarin, 2.0 .mu.mol/kg, i.v., the rate of regeneration of acetylcholinesterase was decreased. Ganglionic butyrylcholinesterase may serve as a precursor to acetylcholinesterase, and the level of butyrylcholinesterase may regulate the rate of acetylcholinesterase synthesis.

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