A New Long-Term Method for the Measurement of NADH Fluorescence in Intact Rat Brain with Chronically Implanted Cannula
The method developed by Chance et al. (1) which measures the oxidation-reduction state of NADH in vivo by surface fluorometry is in use in many laboratories. In all cases, acute preparations are used.
KeywordsNitrogen Cycle Spreading Depression Pyridine Nucleotide NADH Oxidation Fluorescence Trace
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