Detection of dopamine neurotransmission in “real time”

  title={Detection of dopamine neurotransmission in “real time”},
  author={Rajendra D. Badgaiyan},
  booktitle={Front. Neurosci.},
Current imaging techniques have limited ability to detect neurotransmitters released during brain processing. It is a critical limitation because neurotransmitters have significant control over the brain activity. In this context, recent development of single-scan dynamic molecular imaging technique is important because it allows detection, mapping, and measurement of dopamine released in the brain during task performance. The technique exploits the competition between endogenously released… CONTINUE READING
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