Behavioral and neurochemical modifications caused by chronic alpha-methylparatyrosine administration.

Abstract

The chronic administration of alpha-methylparatyrosine (AMT) caused a reduction of the noradrenaline levels in the hippocampus (at 150 and 300 mg/kg/day) and in the subcortex (at 30, 150 and 300 mg/kg/day). The acetylcholine levels were reduced in the hippocampus and in the olfactory brain at all the tested doses of AMT. An increase of the Bmax of… (More)

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