Literature References

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F. Welsch, Moorhead M.1960The quantitative distribution of 5 hydroxytryptamine in the invertebrates, especially in their nervous system
F. Welsch, Dettbarn W. D.1971The subcellular distribution of acetylcholine cholinesterases and choline acetyltrase in optic lobes of the squid Loligo pealei
M. J. Wells1975Evolution and associative learning
M. Caldwell-Violich, Requena J.1979Magnesium content and net fluxes in squid giant axons
T. M. Turpaey, Abashkin, L. I., Brestkin, A. P., Brick, I. L., Grigorjeva, G. M., Pevzner, D. L., Rozengart, V. J., Rozengart, E. V., Sakharov, D. A.1968Cholinesterase of squid optical ganglia
S. Terakawa1981Periodic responses in squid axon membrane exposed intracellularly and extracellularly to solutions containing a single species of salt
D. Sweeney1963Dopamine: Its occurrence in Molluscan ganglia
D. J. Siem-Fung, Sevcik C.1983The effect of temperature on veratridine action in squid giant axons
W. M. Saidel1982Connections of the octopus optic lobe: An HRP study
M. Roseghini, Ramorino L. M.1970Hydroxytryptamine histamine and N-Acetylhistamine in the nervous system of Dosidicus gigas
A. K. Prince1967Properties of choline acetyltransferase isolated from squid ganglia
R. Martin, Barlow J.1971Localization of monoamines in nerves of the posterior salivary gland salivary centre in the brain of octopus
G. V. Maksimov, Fedorov, G. Y., Kol's, O. R.1980Effect of frequency of rhythmic excitation on the binding of Oubaine by squid giant axons
P. R. Loe, Florey E.1965The distribution of acetylcholine and cholinesterase in the nervous system and in innervated organs of Octopus dofleini
R. R. Llinas1977Calcium and transmitter release in squid synapse
A. V. Juorio, Barlow J. J.1973Formation of catecholamines and acid metabolites by Octopus brain
A. V. Juorio, Barlow J. J.1974Catecholamine levels in the vertical lobes of Octopus vulgaris and other cephalopods and the effect of experimental degeneration
A. V. Juorio, Barlow J. J.1974High noradrenaline content of a squid ganglion
A. V. Juorio1971Catecholamines and 5-hydroxytryptamine in nervous tissue of cephalopods
A. V. Jourio, Philips S. R.1974Tyramines in octopus nerves
A. V. Jourio, Molinoff P. B.1973The normal occurrence of octopamine in neural tissues of the octopus and other cephalopods
A. V. Jourio, Killick S. W.1972The effect of drugs on the synthesis and storage of monoamines in nervous tissues of molluscs
A. V. Jourio, Killick S. W.1972Monoamines and their metabolism in some molluscs
F. C. G. Hoskin, Pollock, M. L., Prusch, R. D.1975An improved method for the measurement of 14 CO2 applied to a problem of cysteine metabolism in squid nerve
R. Horn, Brodwick, M. S., Eaton, D. C.1980Effect of protein cross-linking reagents on membrane currents of squid axon
P. Honerjager, Reiter, M., Baker, P. F.1980Effect of the cardioactive drug AR-L 57 of free intracellular calcium and ouabain-insensitive ion fluxes in the squid giant axon
E. Heilbronn, Hause, S., Lundgren, G.1971Chemical identification of acetylcholine in squid-head ganglion
D. A. Haydon, Urban B. W.1983The action of alcohols and other non-ionic surface active substances on the sodium current of the squid giant axon
D. A. Haydon, Urban B. W.1983The effects of some inhalation on the sodium current of the squid giant axon
R. M. Gould, Spivack, W. D., Robertson, D., Poznansky, M. J.1982Phospholipid synthesis in the squid giant axon: enzymes of phosphatidylinositol metabolism
D. J. Goldberg, Begenisich, T. B., Cooper, J. R.1975Effects of thiamine antagonists on nerve conduction II. Voltage clamp experiments with antimetabolites
E. Florey, Winesdorfer J.1967Cholinergic nerve ending in octopus brain
E. Florey1963Acetylcholine in invertebrate nervous systems
J. M. Fernandez, Taylor, R. E., Bezanilla, F.1983Induced capacitance in the squid giant axon
J. Drukker, Schade J. P.1964Neurobiological studies on cephalopods. III. Histochemistry of 24 enzymes in the optic system.
M. J. Dowdall, Whittaker V. P.1972Comparative studies in synaptosome formation: The preparation of synaptosomes from the head ganglion of the squid, Loligo pealii
M. J. Dowdall, Simon E. J.1973Comparative studies on synaptosomes: Uptake of [N-Me-3H] choline by synaptosomes from squid optic lobes
G. A. Cottrell1966Occurrence of dopamine and noradrenaline in the nervous tissue of some invertebrate species
M. Condrescu, Osses, L., CiPolo, R.1984Partial purification and characterization of the (ca2+mg2)-ATPase from squid optic nerve plasma membrane
M. P. Chichery, Chichery R.1974Histochemical study of the localization of cholinesterascs in the central nervous system of Sepia officinalis
D. C. Chang1983A voltage-clamp study of the effects of colchicine on the squid giant axon
P. C. Caldwell, Lea T. J.1979The effect of ouabain on amino acid and orthophosphate influxes in squid giant axons
G. Burnstock, Holman M. E.1979Effects of E.M.D. and hexanol on membrane excitation in squid giant axons
W. F. Boron, Weer P. D.1976Intracellular pH transients in squid axons caused by Co2, NH3, and metabolic inhibitors
M. C. Boadle1969Observation on a histaminase of invertebrate origin: A contribution to the study of cephalopod amine oxidases
J. J. Barlow, Juorio, A. V., Martin, R.1973Monoamine transport in the octopus posterior salivary gland nerves
J. J. Barlow1971The distribution of acetylcholinesterase and catecholamines in the vertical lobe of Octopus vulgaris
P. F. Baker, Singh R.1982Metabolism and transport of strontium in giant axons of Loligo
P. F. Baker, Carruthers A.1981Sugar transport in giant axons of Loligo
P. F. Baker, Carruthers A.1981Sugar transport in giant axons of Loligo

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