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Intracellular pH (pHi) regulation was studied in neurons from two chemosensitive [nucleus of the solitary tract (NTS) and ventrolateral medulla (VLM)] and two nonchemosensitive [hypoglossal (Hyp) and inferior olive (IO)] areas of the medulla oblongata. Intrinsic buffering power (betaint) was the same in neurons from all regions (46 mM/pH U). Na+/H+ exchange(More)
The effect of acute (10 minutes) exposure to anoxia on intracellular pH (pHi) in individual brainstem neurons, in slices from neonatal (P7 to P11) rats, was studied using a fluorescence microscopy imaging technique. Neurons from 4 regions of the medulla were studied, two of which contained chemosensitive neurons (nucleus tractus solitarius, NTS, and(More)
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