Ryan A. Limbocker

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Chemotherapy-induced cognitive impairment, known also as "chemobrain", is a medical complication of cancer treatment that is characterized by a general decline in cognition affecting visual and verbal memory, attention, complex problem solving skills, and motor function. It is estimated that one-third of patients who undergo chemotherapy treatment will(More)
The use of fast scan cyclic voltammetry (FSCV) to measure the release and uptake of dopamine (DA) as well as other biogenic molecules in viable brain tissue slices has gained popularity over the last 2 decades. Brain slices have the advantage of maintaining the functional three-dimensional architecture of the neuronal network while also allowing researchers(More)
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