R. Neil Wagoner

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The dopaminergic behavioral effects of apomorphine in rats were evaluated using a rating scale. Caerulein, a decapeptide physiologically similar to cholecystokinin, enhanced at lower doses and inhibited at higher doses the behaviors induced by apomorphine. Dibutyryl-cAMP, but not dibutyryl-cGMP, potentiated apomorphine behaviors. This potentiation was(More)
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