Adenylate kinase activity in cerebrospinal fluid in connection with transitory ischaemic attacks.

@article{Frithz1977AdenylateKA,
  title={Adenylate kinase activity in cerebrospinal fluid in connection with transitory ischaemic attacks.},
  author={G{\"o}ran Frithz and Per Ake Ericsson and Gunnar Ronquist},
  journal={Upsala journal of medical sciences},
  year={1977},
  volume={82 1},
  pages={11-4}
}
Adenylate kinase activity was measured in cerebrospinal fluid of healthy normal individuals and those having suffered from transitory ischaemic attacks (TIA). Normally, no adenylate kinase was present in cerebrospinal fluid. A slight but distinct activity was always registered in the 11 cases studied in connection with TIA. Cerebrospinal fluid of 2 patients was also analysed in a symptom-free interval (at least 2 weeks after the stroke) and no adenylate kinase activity was found. 

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