Acute and prolonged alterations in brain free magnesium following fluid percussion-induced brain trauma in rats.

@article{Vink1996AcuteAP,
  title={Acute and prolonged alterations in brain free magnesium following fluid percussion-induced brain trauma in rats.},
  author={Robert Vink and Deanne L Heath and T K Mcintosh},
  journal={Journal of neurochemistry},
  year={1996},
  volume={66 6},
  pages={2477-83}
}
Several studies have reported declines in brain total and free magnesium concentration after a traumatic insult to the CNS. Although the evidence suggests that this magnesium decline is associated with eventual neurologic outcome after trauma, the duration of free magnesium decline and its impact on related bioenergetic variables are relatively unknown. The present study has therefore used phosphorus magnetic resonance spectroscopy to determine the length of time that free magnesium remains… CONTINUE READING

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