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Enteric nerve fibers of holothurians are recognized by an antibody to acetylated alpha-tubulin


, : Enteric nerve fibers of holothurians are recognized by an antibody to acetylated alpha-tubulin. Neuroscience Letters 157(2): 153-156

The distribution of immunoreactivity to 6-11B-1, a monoclonal antibody that labels acetylated alpha-tubulin, was studied in the radial nerve and intestinal system of holothurians. As shown previously for other species, this antibody recognizes cilia and nerve fibers in Holothuria glaberrima and Holothuria mexicana. Thus, anti-acetylated alpha-tubulin can be used as a marker for nerve fibers in the enteric nervous system.

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