Chronic haloperidol during development attenuates dopamine autoreceptor function in striatal and mesolimbic brain regions of young and older adult rats

@article{Scalzo1985ChronicHD,
  title={Chronic haloperidol during development attenuates dopamine autoreceptor function in striatal and mesolimbic brain regions of young and older adult rats},
  author={Frank M. Scalzo and Linda Patia Spear},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={1985},
  volume={85},
  pages={271-276}
}
The effects of chronic haloperidol administration during the prenatal and preweanling periods on dopamine autoreceptor function were examined in striatum, olfactory tubercles, and nucleus accumbens of young (2–3 month) and older (12–13 month) adult rats. In striatum of young and older adult rats that had been chronically treated with haloperidol early in… CONTINUE READING