Acute thioridazine stimulates mesolimbic but not nigrostriatal dopamine release: demonstration by in vivo electrochemistry.

Abstract

In vivo electrochemical techniques were employed to demonstrate that haloperidol and (+)-butaclamol increased the release of dopamine (DA) in the striatum and nucleus accumbens, whereas thioridazine stimulated DA release only in the accumbens. The stimulatory effect of thioridazine was reversed by gamma-butyrolactone. Given that gamma-butyrolactone inhibits… (More)

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