L D Manley

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In vivo microdialysis was employed to detect changes in extracellular dopamine and serotonin in the rat caudate in response to electrical stimulation of the medial forebrain bundle. Extracellular dopamine concentrations increased linearly as a function of the frequency (4-33 Hz) of evenly spaced stimuli in both the presence and absence of cocaine added to(More)
Amphetamine facilitates the release of dopamine from nerve terminals, but the mechanisms underlying this effect have not been fully delineated. The present experiments were designed to test the extent to which amphetamine-induced dopamine release is dependent on impulse flow and autoreceptor function in dopaminergic neurons. Rats were pretreated with a low(More)
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