Effects of lithium and rolipram enantiomers on locomotor activity in inbred mice.


Rolipram is a racemic drug that increases brain cAMP availability by inhibiting phosphodiesterase. Lithium, on the other hand, reduces cAMP levels in brain by inhibiting adenylate cyclase and by increasing phosphodiesterase activity. Inbred strains of mice were used in the present study to determine whether the opposite effects of lithium and rolipram on… (More)


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