B M Kogan

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Effect of transplantation of embryonic ventral mesencephalon preparation containing dopaminergic neurons on repair of the dopaminergic nigrostriatal system was studied in rats with hemiparkinsonism induced by 6-hydroxydopamine. Transplantation of embryonic ventral mesencephalon into denervated striatum led to a more than 50% decrease in apomorphine-induced(More)
It has been established in experiments on rats subjected to long-term alcoholization that chronic administration of bromocryptin in small doses (1 mg/kg) considerably minimizes ethanol consumption by animals. Reduction in alcoholic motivation correlates with normalization of the level of dopamine, decreased by chronic alcohol action in the rat hypothalamus(More)
The effect of sulfated octapeptide of cholecystokinin (CCK) on dopamine turnover was examined in different parts of the rat brain. It was demonstrated that CCK administered intrapeutoneally in doses of 5, 15 and 30 micrograms/kg significantly increased dopamine turnover in the amygdala, and nucleus accumbeus, without changing dopamine turnover in the(More)
The content of catecholamines (CA) was studied in the basal ganglia, hypothalamus and adrenals of Krushinsky-Molodkina (KM) rats exhibiting the increased sensitivity to convulsants, and of non-audiogenic Wistar rats. It was found that in all the structures under test the content of CA was considerably higher in KM than in Wistar rats. At the same time the(More)
The effect of morphine and amobarbital on catecholamine metabolism in different regions of the rat brain (cortex, hippocampus, striatum, hypothalamus and midbrain) was studied. The investigation showed that drugs of different chemical structures but with common addicting properties evoke the same type of changes in catecholamine metabolism which are(More)
The study is concerned with the influence of narcotic drugs of a different chemical nature (alcohol, morphine, barbamil) on the catecholamine metabolism in some areas of the brain and adrenal gland in experimental animals. Each of the studied drugs exerted a differentiated effect on the catecholamine system in the different brain structures. However all(More)
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