Fluoride-resistant acid phosphatase in the rat adrenal gland

Vincent, S.R.; Schultzberg, M.; Dalsgaard, C.J.

Brain Research 253(1-2): 325-329

1982


ISSN/ISBN: 0006-8993
PMID: 6758919
DOI: 10.1016/0006-8993(82)90702-8
Accession: 043138673

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Abstract
The adrenal medulla of the rat, but not of the mouse, guinea pig or cat, was shown to contain a fluoride-resistant acid phosphatase activity similar to that previously noted in rat spinal cord. By combined immunohistochemistry and Frap histochemistry it was determined that the Frap in the rat adrenal was confined to the adrenaline chromaffin cells.