Comparative effects of the GABA uptake inhibitors, tiagabine and NNC-711, on extracellular GABA levels in the rat ventrolateral thalamus


The primary mechanism by which the action of synaptically released GABA is thought to be terminated is by re-uptake into neurones and glial cells, and the pharmacological inhibition of this uptake may be beneficial in conditions where decreased GABAergic transmission has been implicated, such as epilepsy. We have compared the effects of two of these uptake… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02529130


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