Al Guillem

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Glutamate is the predominant excitatory neurotransmitter in the mammalian CNS. It mediates essentially all rapid excitatory signaling. Dysfunction of glutamatergic signaling contributes to developmental, neurologic, and psychiatric diseases. Extracellular glutamate is cleared by a family of five Na(+)-dependent glutamate transporters. Two of these(More)
Seven zinc salts—acetate, chloride, lactate, sulfate, citrate, gluconate, and oxide—were added to milk—and soy-based infant formulas to estimate possible differences in zinc availability depending on the type of salt used. For this purpose, an in vitro method that estimates the dialyzability of the element (i.e., the fraction available for absorption) was(More)
OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to evaluate the bactericidal activity of a new antiseptic in an in vitro model using reference bacterial strains and on abdominal and inguinal skin of healthy human subjects. ZuraPrep (C/MB/P/IPA) contains citrate, methylene blue, parabens and isopropyl alcohol 70%. METHODS In vitro and in vivo studies evaluate(More)
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