Differential pulse voltammetry in vivo with working carbon fiber electrodes: 5-hydroxyindole compounds or uric acid detection?

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Differential pulse voltammetry was performed in rats chronically implanted with carbon fiber electrodes in the caudate (n.Cd) and raphe dorsalis (n.RD) nuclei. The electrochemical signal obtained at the +300 mV potential (peak 3) in animals implanted for more than one week (long term chronic conditions, >7 days) could be dependent upon the extracellular… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00340496

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