Chronic treatment with SCH-23390, a selective dopamine D1 receptor blocker decreases preprotachykinin-A mRNA levels in nucleus tractus solitarii of the rabbit: role in respiratory control.

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Acute intravenous administration of the selective D1 receptor blocker SCH-23390 resulted in an enhanced respiratory motor output as evidenced by the phrenic nerve activity, whereas local perfusion into the region of nucleus tractus solitarii had no effect. The increase in phrenic nerve activity was accompanied by a concomitant increase in the release of… (More)

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