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Post mortem stability of somatostatin like immuno reactivity in mouse brain under conditions simulating handling of human autopsy material



Post mortem stability of somatostatin like immuno reactivity in mouse brain under conditions simulating handling of human autopsy material



Neurochemical Research 6(7): 787-791



The postmortem stability of somatostatin-like immunoreactivity (SLI) was investigated in mice cooled after death at a rate which approximates the rate of cooling of the human brain in situ under normal mortuary conditions. Significant changes in SLI levels were observed within the first few hours after death, but concentrations measured 6-24 h after death seem similar to those existing at the time of death.

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