Limitations of tetrazolium salts in delineating infarcted brain

@article{Liszczak1984LimitationsOT,
  title={Limitations of tetrazolium salts in delineating infarcted brain},
  author={Theodore M. Liszczak and E. Tessa Hedley-Whyte and James F Adams and Dae Hee Han and V. R. Sastry Kolluri and Francis X Vacanti and Roberto C. Heros and Nicholas T. Zervas},
  journal={Acta Neuropathologica},
  year={1984},
  volume={65},
  pages={150-157}
}
Tetrazolium salts, histochemical indicators of mitochondrial respiratory enzymes, have been used by some pathologists to detect infarcts in myocardium. We explored the utility of this technique in detecting experimental brain infarcts and report our findings. Infarcts were produced in cats, gerbils, and rats by unilateral temporal and permanent cerebral vessel occlusion. After various time periods the animals were killed, and their brains were reacted with 2,3,5, triphenyl, 2H-tetrazolium… CONTINUE READING

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