Application of fast cyclic voltammetry to measurement of electrically evoked dopamine overflow from brain slices in vitro.

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Fast cyclic voltammetry at a carbon fibre microelectrode was used to monitor the time course of dopamine overflow in slices of rat corpus striatum incubated in a brain slice chamber. Dopamine release occurred in response to electrical stimulation. Electrochemical, physiological and pharmacological evidence indicates that release of endogenous dopamine can… (More)

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@article{Bull1990ApplicationOF, title={Application of fast cyclic voltammetry to measurement of electrically evoked dopamine overflow from brain slices in vitro.}, author={D. R. Bull and P Palij and M. J. Sheehan and Jocelyn G. Millar and Jonathan A. Stamford and Z. L. Kruk and Pat P A Humphrey}, journal={Journal of neuroscience methods}, year={1990}, volume={32 1}, pages={37-44} }