An inverse correlation between the apparent rate of dopamine clearance and tonic autoinhibition in subdomains of the rat striatum: a possible role of transporter-mediated dopamine efflux.

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The dopaminergic terminal field in the rat striatum is compartmentalized into sub-domains that exhibit distinct dynamics of electrically evoked dopamine release. The fast striatal domains, where dopamine release is predominantly vesicular, exhibit conventional dopaminergic activity. However, vesicular dopamine release is tonically autoinhibited in the slow… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1471-4159.2011.07183.x

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@article{Moquin2011AnIC, title={An inverse correlation between the apparent rate of dopamine clearance and tonic autoinhibition in subdomains of the rat striatum: a possible role of transporter-mediated dopamine efflux.}, author={Keith F. Moquin and Adrian C Michael}, journal={Journal of neurochemistry}, year={2011}, volume={117 1}, pages={133-42} }