Significance of Low Nanomolar Concentration of Zn2+ in Artificial Cerebrospinal Fluid

Abstract

Much less attention has been paid to Zn2+ in artificial cerebrospinal fluid (ACSF), i.e., extracellular medium, used for in vitro slice experiments than divalent cations such as Ca2+. Approximately 2 mM Ca2+ is added to conventional ACSF from essentiality of Ca2+ signaling in neurons and glial cells. However, no Zn2+ is added to it, even though the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s12035-016-9816-3

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@article{Takeda2016SignificanceOL, title={Significance of Low Nanomolar Concentration of Zn2+ in Artificial Cerebrospinal Fluid}, author={Atsushi Takeda and Haruna Tamano}, journal={Molecular Neurobiology}, year={2016}, volume={54}, pages={2477-2482} }