Brain tissue slice thickness monitored by ion-profile measurement.

Abstract

The thickness of a brain tissue slice preparation governs the amount of time required for substances to diffuse from the bathing solution to preparation. Slice thickness may increase during the experiment, e.g., in cases of hypoxia where osmotic pressure within the tissue changes, enabling water to enter the preparation. With increasing slice thickness… (More)

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@article{Lipinski1992BrainTS, title={Brain tissue slice thickness monitored by ion-profile measurement.}, author={Hubert Lipinski}, journal={Journal of neuroscience methods}, year={1992}, volume={42 1-2}, pages={37-43} }