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J Neurochem. 1995 May;64(5):2354-7.

The beta-subunit of Caenorhabditis elegans avermectin receptor responds to glycine and is encoded by chromosome 1.

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  • 1School of Biology and Biochemistry, University of Bath, England.

Abstract

A full-length cDNA encoding the beta subunit of the recently described avermectin receptor was amplified from Caenorhabditis elegans mRNA. When this cDNA was injected into Xenopus oocytes a dose-dependent response to glycine was observed, together with a smaller response to 1 mM GABA. The EC50 of the glycine response was similar to that described previously for glutamate (0.38 mM). Hybridisation of the cDNA to polytene filters identified three yeast artificial chromosome clones that gave a positive signal, Y37B3, Y38E5, and Y24C9, all of which are mapped to chromosome 1. Hybridisation to a series of cosmid clones covering this area further mapped the gene encoding this subunit to the region -2,818 to -2,824.

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