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The field gradients induced by oxyhaemoglobin in red cells ha vt'. a similar effect . An elegant method to distinguish between intra- and extra-cellular sodium ions using relaxation-allowed multiple quantum spectroscopy has been proposed by Pekar et al. . Most of the above mentioned techniques have been reviewed [38, 39, 44, 121, 191] and applications determining intra- and extracellular volumes, concentrations, pH, and lifetimes have been described. However, except for the latter two instances [185, 190], the medium has to be altered by addition of sometimes highly concentrated compounds, and the physiological equilibrium may be impaired.
Monitoring the ATP signal furnished information on cell function, and its decrease when the spheroids enlarged (to 350lLm), was used to evaluate cell necrosis. The rates oflactate production were measured by 13C_NMR when the cells were perfused with [1-13C]-glucose, and the rates decrease as the spheroids became "older" and larger . The problem of spheroid clumping was addressed differently by Halliday et al.  by adding a stirrer to a 20-mm NMR tube. These authors studied citrate metabolism in rat prostatic tumor cells, and also used [1_13C]_ glucose.
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