Corpus ID: 1946905

Effects of newly developed excitatory amino acid antagonists on vestibular type I neurons in the cat.

@article{Furuya1997EffectsON,
  title={Effects of newly developed excitatory amino acid antagonists on vestibular type I neurons in the cat.},
  author={N. Furuya and T. Koizimi and H. Sebata},
  journal={Acta oto-laryngologica. Supplementum},
  year={1997},
  volume={528},
  pages={
          52-5
        }
}
A newly synthesized compound NC-1200 (oxazolidinone) has been shown to have a powerful inhibitory action on the glutamate response at the neuromuscular junction in crayfish where glutamate is thought to be an excitatory neurotransmitter. However, the pharmacological function of NC-1200 in the CNS of mammals remains unknown. We examined the glutamate blocking action of NC-1200 on various glutamate receptors of cat's vestibular neurons. The effects of NC-1200 on secondary vestibular neurons were… Expand
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