Dopaminergic pathways in the rat central nervous system and rotational behavior.

Abstract

Unilateral lesion of substantia nigra or ventral tegmental area causes ipsilateral rotational behaviour after receptor stimulation by apomorphine, whereas contralateral rotations were observed after lesion of globus pallidus. The alterations in dopamine and noradrenaline content of relating structures were determined by radiometric microassay. There is no… (More)

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@article{Funk1979DopaminergicPI, title={Dopaminergic pathways in the rat central nervous system and rotational behavior.}, author={Kristi Funk and Kristina Westermann}, journal={Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior}, year={1979}, volume={11 2}, pages={135-9} }