Chemical lesion of the inferior olive reduces [125I]sarcosine1-angiotensin II binding to AT2 receptors in the cerebellar cortex of young rats.

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In young rats, AT2 receptors and AT2 receptor mRNA are discretely localized in neurons of the inferior olive, with highest expression in the medial nucleus. We previously detected AT2 receptor binding, but not AT2 receptor mRNA, in the molecular layer of the cerebellar cortex. To determine whether AT2 receptors are expressed in climbing fiber terminals… (More)

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