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For decades, neuroscientists have used enriched preparations of synaptic particles called synaptosomes to study synapse function. However, the interpretation of corresponding data is problematic as synaptosome preparations contain multiple types of synapses and non-synaptic neuronal and glial contaminants. We established a novel Fluorescence Activated(More)
For several decades, neurobiologists have used subcellular fractionation methods to analyze the molecular structure and some functional features of the cells in the central nervous system. Indeed, brain tissue contains a complex intermingled network of neuronal, glial, and vascular cells. To reduce this complexity biochemists have optimized fractionation(More)
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