Developmental changes in free D-aspartic acid in the chicken embryo and in the neonatal rat.

@article{Neidle1990DevelopmentalCI,
  title={Developmental changes in free D-aspartic acid in the chicken embryo and in the neonatal rat.},
  author={Amos Neidle and David S. Dunlop},
  journal={Life sciences},
  year={1990},
  volume={46 21},
  pages={
          1517-22
        }
}
Free D-aspartic acid was measured in fertilized chicken eggs, chicken embryos, and neonatal rats. In each tissue examined a maximum value was found at a characteristic time of development. For the chicken embryo brain, the maximum was 9% D at 11 days of incubation; for the retina, 20% D at 13 days of incubation. In the neonatal rat, as in the chicken embryo, D-aspartic acid continued to increase in the retina after that in the brain and other tissues had begun to decline. The maximum, 29% D… CONTINUE READING

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