Eating high fat chow and the behavioral effects of direct-acting and indirect-acting dopamine receptor agonists in female rats

@article{Serafine2014EatingHF,
  title={Eating high fat chow and the behavioral effects of direct-acting and indirect-acting dopamine receptor agonists in female rats},
  author={Katherine M Serafine and Todd A. Bentley and A. E. Grenier and C. France},
  journal={Behavioural Pharmacology},
  year={2014},
  volume={25},
  pages={287–295}
}
  • Katherine M Serafine, Todd A. Bentley, +1 author C. France
  • Published 2014
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Behavioural Pharmacology
  • Eating high fat chow increases the sensitivity of male rats to some behavioral effects of the direct-acting dopamine receptor agonist quinpirole; it is not known whether sensitivity to quinpirole is similarly enhanced in female rats eating high fat chow. Female Sprague–Dawley rats had free access to standard chow (5.7% fat) or either free or restricted access (i.e. body weight matched to rats eating standard chow) to high fat (34.3% fat) chow. Quinpirole (0.0032–0.32 mg/kg) produced hypothermia… CONTINUE READING

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