E. J. Grimmer

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Because it is commonly believed that acetylcholine is a synaptic transmitter in the caudate nucleus and that the reduction of striatal biogenic amines in Parkinson's disease leads to acetylcholine supersensitivity in the caudate nucleus, we investigated the effects of the muscarinic blocking agent scopolamine on synaptic responses of neurons in the intact(More)
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