Monitoring Molecules in Neuroscience

Conway Institute of Biomolecular and Biomedical Research

June 16-19 2001, University College Dublin, Ireland.

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Chairpersons: R. O'Neill (Dublin) and Greg A. Gerhardt (Lexington)

  1. Monitoring dopamine release under in vivo and in vitro conditions.
    David Sulzer,
    Columbia University, New York, USA.

  2. Biosensor technology for in vivo monitoring
    John Lowry,
    NUI Maynooth, Ireland.

  3. Ceramic-based microarrays for self-referencing measures of L-glutamate in brain tissue.
    Greg A. Gerhardt,
    University of Kentucky, Lexington, USA.

  4. Chemical profiles and monitoring dynamics at an individual nerve cell in Planorbis corneus with electrochemical detection.
    Andrew Ewing,
    Penn State University, Pennsylvania, USA.

  5. In vivo voltammetric detection of rat brain glucose and lactate. Changes occuring throughout the sleep-wake cycle.
    Raymond Cespuglio,
    Claude Bernard University, Lyon, France.

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