Transient increase in neuronal chloride concentration by neuroactive aminoacids released from glioma cells

@inproceedings{Bertollini2012TransientII,
  title={Transient increase in neuronal chloride concentration by neuroactive aminoacids released from glioma cells},
  author={Cristina Bertollini and Emanuele Murana and L Mosca and M D'erme and Federico Scala and A Francioso and Myriam Catalano and Cristina Limatola and Piotr Bregestovski and Silvia Di Angelantonio and Davide Ragozzino},
  booktitle={Front. Mol. Neurosci.},
  year={2012}
}
Neuronal chloride concentration ([Cl(-)](i)) is known to be dynamically modulated and alterations in Cl(-) homeostasis may occur in the brain at physiological and pathological conditions, being also likely involved in glioma-related seizures. However, the mechanism leading to changes in neuronal [Cl(-)](i) during glioma invasion are still unclear. To characterize the potential effect of glioma released soluble factors on neuronal [Cl(-)](i), we used genetically encoded CFP/YFP-based ratiometric… CONTINUE READING
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