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Energy Metabolites, Water Content, and Catecholamine Changes in a Model of Cerebral Embolic Infarction

  • K. Kogure
  • R. Busto
  • P. Scheinberg
  • O. M. Reinmuth

Abstract

Despite the practical and theoretical interest in mechanisms underlying the pathophysiology of cerebral infarction, little is known about the effects of infarction on parenchymal energy metabolism. The present study was designed to evaluate the bioenergetic processes that occur during the development of experimental cerebral infarction.

Keywords

Cerebral Infarction Cranial Vault Energy Metabolite Total Carbon Dioxide Neuron Ally 
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© Springer-Verlag New York Inc. 1975

Authors and Affiliations

  • K. Kogure
  • R. Busto
  • P. Scheinberg
  • O. M. Reinmuth

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