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By Louis Sokoloff (auth.), B. W. Agranoff, M. H. Aprison (eds.)
This sequence has been directed at supplying scientists owning huge bio chemical history with really expert reports of neurobiological curiosity. a few have handled accomplished our bodies of analysis, whereas others encompass wide reviews of study in growth, judged to be of present curiosity to the lively researcher. we've chosen famous scientists and allowed them freedom to mirror and speculate within the box within which they've got completed promenade inence. We observe with unhappiness the passing of Dr. 10rdi FoIch-Pi, who served as an advisory editor while the sequence was once initiated. He performed a vital position within the improvement of neurochemistry, in addition to the production societies and journals. he'll be remembered fondly through all these whose lives he touched. The editors recognize the cooperation of the Upjohn corporation within the guidance of the colour plate incorporated during this quantity. We additionally recognize the skillful editorial tips of Dr. Kenneth C. Leskawa. we're happy to honor the retirement of Dr. E. Martin Gal, a former advisory editor of Advances, with the inclusion of a bankruptcy via him during this volume.
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In order to determine the lumped constant, it is first necessary to design an intravenous infusion schedule that produces and maintains a constant concentration of [14C]-DG in the arterial plasma. To achieve this animals are administered intravenous pulses of [14C]-DG and timed arterial blood samples are drawn for at least 45 min for the measurement of the plasma [14C]-DG concentrations. The plasma disappearance curve is then fitted by an iterative, nonlinear least-squares routine to the sum of three or four exponential terms.
A method has been developed to measure the halflife of the free glucose pool in brain tissue in vivo. , 1980). The equation is relatively insensitive to the value of the half-life of the glucose pool in the range in which it usually falls, and, therefore, only an approximation of this value is sufficient without any serious impairment to the accuracy THE DEOXYGLUCOSE METHOD 41 of the final result. It should be noted that equation (44) is only an approximation of the actual situation which is immensely more complex.
These are all functions that may vary from structure to structure within the brain, from animal to animal, and from condition to condition. The single set of rate constants in Table 1 was determined in normal conscious rats and cannot possibly be accurate for all conditions. The influence of inaccuracies in the rate constants is minimized, however, by the design of the procedure adopted for the measurement of local cerebral glucose utilization, namely, the use of an intravenous pulse of [14C]-DG at zero time followed by a long interval of time before killing.
Advances in Neurochemistry by Louis Sokoloff (auth.), B. W. Agranoff, M. H. Aprison (eds.)