D Plogmann

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Parvalbumin is supposed to function as an intracellular Ca2+ buffer in the brain, but its concentration in nerve cells is unknown. We combined radioimmunoassay of parvalbumin in rat brain extracts, together with image analysis of area fractions immunostained with the parvalbumin antibody on sections, to deduce the intracellular concentration of parvalbumin.(More)
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