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Development of the muscarinic receptor in reaggre- gates has been followed by specific binding of ^H-guinuclidinyl benzilate (Yamamura and Synder, 1974) to particulate fractions of reaggregate homogenates. The developmental profile of the mus- carinic receptor is similar to that of cholineacetyltransferase activity but somewhat slower in rate of appearance, reaching a maximum expression of receptor after 24 days in culture Haffke, 1976). (Seeds and Thus cholinergic development in these reaggregate cultures reaches maximum levels prior to synaptogenesis; however, since we cannot at present distinguish microscopically the cholinergic synapses, it is possible that cholinergic synapses may be formed first and the slower development reflects other types of synapses.
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3 ) . (EC and glutamate decar- The greatest increase in these activities occurs during the second week of culture, thus resembling the in situ development in both rate and extent (Seeds, 1 9 7 3 ) . Cultures maintained for as long as three months possess high levels of enzyme activity often surpassing the specific activities found in adult mouse brain. Furthermore, these enzymes appear A G G R E G A T E CULTURES 29 FIGURE 3 Biochemical Differentiation in Aggregate Culture, The development of choline acetyl transferase (a}, acetylcholinesterase (bl , and glutamate decarboxylase Qc) are shown as a function of time in culture.
Cell Culture and its Application by Ronald T. Acton