Brain temperature modulations during global ischemia fail to influence extracellular lactate levels in rats.

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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE While brain tissue lactate increases during cerebral ischemia and is known to be important in the pathogenesis of ischemic brain injury, patterns of extracellular lactate accumulation have been less well characterized, and the influence of brain temperature has not been previously investigated. Mild brain temperature modulations are… (More)

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@article{Lin1995BrainTM, title={Brain temperature modulations during global ischemia fail to influence extracellular lactate levels in rats.}, author={Bingyi Lin and Raul Busto and Mordecai Y. -T. Globus and Emili Mart{\'i}nez and Myron D. Ginsberg}, journal={Stroke}, year={1995}, volume={26 9}, pages={1634-8} }