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D: An electrostatic attraction between LYS200 and the lone pair electrons on 0 1 7 . E: A bidentate electrostatic attraction of ARG271 with the negative carbonyl oxygen. F: A charge-transfer complex between TYR202 and the aromatic moiety on strychnine. I l l - Representation of zwitterionic GABA binding to its receptor site. Key electrostatic and hydrogen bonding interactions are labeled A - F as in I & II. IV - Representation of R5135 binding in the GABA receptor site. Stabihzing interactions from electrostatic and hydrogen bonding are labeled as sites A-C.
The fact that the assay was not dependent on the presence of extracellular sodium was strong support that glycine was not binding to a transporter. An additional important observation that came from these studies was the result that although the cerebral cortex had the highest B^^^ value, it was known to have very few inhibitory glycinergic synapses. The significance of these data would not be recognized for nearly a decade. However, we suggested that glycine was binding to sites other than the glycine receptor, and that these other glycine binding sites were sensitive to D-serine.