Extracellular glucose in the brain ~2.5: Plasma 7.6 mM
||Rat Rattus norvegicus
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||"Silver and Erecinska [primary sources] provided the only
data in which extracellular brain glucose levels were simultaneously
measured as plasma glucose levels were manipulated. In their studies, Silver and Erecinska clamped
peripheral glucose and measured extracellular brain glucose
using a glucose oxidase electrode."
||"Extracellular glucose in
the brain was about 2.5 mM in a fed, anesthetized rat whose
plasma glucose was 7.6 mM."