• ions
  • MacDonald, J.F., 1984, Substitution of extracellular sodium ions blocks voltage-dependent decrease of input conductance evoked by L-aspartic acid, Can. (springer.com)
  • When stimulated by this amino acid, EAAT5 conducts chloride ions. (wikipedia.org)
  • release
  • A direct demonstration of this concept was obtained by showing a significant release of EAA after incubation of hippocampal slices with enzymes and substrates known to cause the formation of free radicals, such as xanthine plus xanthine oxidase or arachidonic acid plus prostaglandin synthase. (jneurosci.org)
  • action
  • Although the role of excitatory amino acids as neurotransmitters and as excitotoxins has been a topic of intense investigation, progress has been slowed by a lack of understanding of the membrane action of these compounds. (springer.com)
  • Anderson and Fedak 2006 Anderson, D. increased to HPC links or download excitatory amino acids time action, deriving books from sites wonder spatiotemporal but are backward less specific for Projects with Islamic exports. (lemenille.com)
  • analysis
  • This seeming 'non-specific' excitation combined with the lack of agreement concerning the conductance changes accompanying L-glutamate depolarizations (as measured with current clamp recording) have complicated the analysis of the conductance mechanisms activated by excitatory amino acids. (springer.com)
  • high
  • Lindroth P, Mopper K (1979) High performance liquid Chromatographic determination of subpicomole amounts of amino acid by precolumn fluroesence derivatization with δ-pthaldialdehyde. (springer.com)