Electrooculographic and electroretinographic study in the chicken after dopamine and haloperidol

@article{Wioland1990ElectrooculographicAE,
  title={Electrooculographic and electroretinographic study in the chicken after dopamine and haloperidol},
  author={Norma Wioland and Dr Gabrielle Rudolf and Nicole Bonaventure},
  journal={Documenta Ophthalmologica},
  year={1990},
  volume={75},
  pages={175-180}
}
The implication of dopamine in the modulation of the standing potential of the eye was tested in the chicken through an indirect electrooculographic method and direct current electroretinogram (ERG) recording after haloperidol, a mixed D1-D2 antagonist. The standing potential of the eye was reduced within 15 min after intravitreal injection of the antagonist (150 μg). This effect is rapidly reversed by an application of dopamine. The fast oscillation was preserved but the light peak was either… CONTINUE READING

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