d-Amino Acid Levels in Perfused Mouse Brain Tissue and Blood: A Comparative Study.

@article{Weatherly2017dAminoAL,
  title={d-Amino Acid Levels in Perfused Mouse Brain Tissue and Blood: A Comparative Study.},
  author={Choyce A Weatherly and Siqi Du and Curran Parpia and Polan T Santos and Adam L. Hartman and Daniel W Armstrong},
  journal={ACS chemical neuroscience},
  year={2017},
  volume={8 6},
  pages={
          1251-1261
        }
}
The l-enantiomer is the predominant type of amino acid in all living systems. However, d-amino acids, once thought to be "unnatural", have been found to be indigenous even in mammalian systems and increasingly appear to be functioning in essential biological and neurological roles. Both d- and l-amino acid levels in the hippocampus, cortex, and blood samples from NIH Swiss mice are reported. Perfused brain tissues were analyzed for the first time, thereby eliminating artifacts due to endogenous… CONTINUE READING

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