T G England

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Differential pulse voltammetry and more recently cyclic voltammetry have been successfully used to monitor basal levels of endogenous chemicals by means of treated carbon fibre microbiosensors inserted in specific brain regions. In this study, feasibility of concomitant in vivo recordings of stable electrophysiological signals and basal ascorbate,(More)
Selective and simultaneous voltammetric analysis of catechols and indoles in vivo and in vitro has until now been feasible only by means of 'slow' scanning methods (scan speed in tens of seconds) such as differential pulse (DPV) and differential normal pulse voltammetry in conjunction with electrically and/or chemically treated carbon-fiber micro-electrodes(More)
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