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Extracellular Changes of Aspartate, Glutamate, and Taurine in Relation to DC Changes during Complete Cerebral Ischemia and Cortical Spreading Depression

  • D. Scheller
  • F. Tegtmeier
  • U. Heister
  • T. Peters
Part of the Brain Dynamics book series (BD)

Abstract

Cortical spreading depression (CSD) and complete cerebral ischemia (CCI) are accompanied by a similar negative deflection of the DC signal of about 20 mV (Caspers et al., 1987; Hansen, 1985). Both events have been found to be analogous (Hansen, 1985) on the basis of similar ionic changes occurring concomitantly with the DC shift.

Keywords

Excitatory Amino Acid NMDA Antagonist Cortical Spreading Depression Cereb Blood Flow Kynurenic Acid 
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  • D. Scheller
  • F. Tegtmeier
  • U. Heister
  • T. Peters

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