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  • n. A technique in which a short length of dialysis membrane is introduced into a biological tissue in order to collect samples of fluid for analysis.

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  • Researchers led by David Holtzman, a neurologist and neuroscientist at Washington University in St. Louis, used a method called microdialysis to measure the levels of a protein known as amyloid-beta in the fluid between brain cells of mice.

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  • Demonstration of UV-B-induced synthesis of 1alpha, 25-dihydroxyvitamin D (3) (calcitriol) in human skin by microdialysis.

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  • The ocular pharmacokinetics of FB was determined using microdialysis.

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  • PsychoGenics announces alliance with experimental neuropharmacology expert for specialized microdialysis services

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  • The samples were collected by a microdialysis probe implanted in close proximity to the Zusanli point.

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  • Moreover, when we assessed the extracellular serotonin release in the ventral hippocampus in freely moving rats through in vivo microdialysis, it was shown that the blockade of the CRF

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  • In twenty TBI patients, microdialysis catheters inserted in the edematous frontal lobe were dialyzed at 1 mul/min, collecting samples at 60 minute intervals.

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  • Cerebral microdialysis was used to investigate the influence of arterial blood and brain glucose on cerebral glucose, lactate, pyruvate, glutamate, and calculated indices of downstream metabolism.

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  • VigiCell will represent NoAb's extensive expertise in the field of DMPK and in particular, its suite of in vivo BBB penetration services, including serial CSF collection, and microdialysis.

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  • In the new report, Pier Andrea Serra and colleagues note that the most common method for monitoring brain neurochemical levels is microdialysis, a technique that requires insertion of a relatively big probe into the brain.

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