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Amygdaloid N-methyl-d-aspartate and γ-aminobutyric acidA receptors regulate sensorimotor gating in a dopamine-dependent way in rats
Carbachol injections into the nucleus accumbens induce 50kHz calls in rats
Effects of an adenosine A2A receptor blockade in the nucleus accumbens on locomotion, feeding, and prepulse inhibition in rats
- J. Nagel, Henning Schladebach, M. Koch, I. Schwienbacher, C. Müller, W. Hauber
- Biology, PsychologySynapse
- 15 September 2003
Findings suggest that locomotor activity as well as intact PPI and feeding behavior rely on tonic activation of intra‐NAc A2A receptors, adding further support to the view that adenosine is a tonically active modulator of striatal function through actions on A 2A receptors.
Dopamine D1 receptors and adenosine A1 receptors in the rat nucleus accumbens regulate motor activity but not prepulse inhibition.
Temporary inactivation of the nucleus accumbens disrupts acquisition and expression of fear-potentiated startle in rats
Carbachol injections into the nucleus accumbens disrupt acquisition and expression of fear-potentiated startle and freezing in rats
Effects of risperidone, clozapine and the 5-HT6 antagonist GSK-742457 on PCP-induced deficits in reversal learning in the two-lever operant task in male Sprague Dawley rats
Amphetamine injections into the nucleus accumbens affect neither acquisition/expression of conditioned fear nor baseline startle response
The results suggest that dopamine within the NAC is not involved in modulation of fear-potentiated startle and baseline startle, and that amphetamine injections into the nucleus accumbens clearly enhanced spontaneous motor activity.