The resistance of glyoxylic acid induced catecholamine fluorescence to sodium borohydride reduction.


The borohydride reduction of glyoxylic acid induced fluorescence in noradrenergic and DOPA-minergic nervous structures and in amines in model experiments was studied. Both DOPAmine and noradrenaline fluorescences were resistant to borohydride reduction differing thus from the formaldehyde-induced fluorescence. Thus when the specificity of glyoxylic acid… (More)


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