Antibodies which recognize the C-terminus of the inhibitory guanine-nucleotide-binding protein (Gi) demonstrate that opioid peptides and foetal-calf serum stimulate the high-affinity GTPase activity of two separate pertussis-toxin substrates.

F. R. McKenzie, E. C. Kelly, C. G. Unson, A. M. Spiegel, G. Milligan

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