D-aspartate disposition in neuronal and endocrine tissues: ontogeny, biosynthesis and release.

@article{Wolosker2000DaspartateDI,
  title={D-aspartate disposition in neuronal and endocrine tissues: ontogeny, biosynthesis and release.},
  author={Herman Wolosker and Antimo D'Aniello and Solomon H Snyder},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={2000},
  volume={100 1},
  pages={
          183-9
        }
}
High levels of D-aspartate occur in the brain and endocrine glands, such as pineal, adrenal and pituitary. In the brain, D-aspartate levels are highest in embryonic and early postnatal stages. Notably high levels occur in the early postnatal cortical plate and subventricular zone of the cerebral cortical cultures, implying a role in development. In embryonic neuronal primary culture cells, we detected high levels of endogenous D-aspartate and demonstrated biosynthesis of [14C]D-aspartate using… CONTINUE READING
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