Environmental modulation of the response to amphetamine: dissociation between changes in behavior and changes in dopamine and glutamate overflow in the rat striatal complex

@article{Badiani2000EnvironmentalMO,
  title={Environmental modulation of the response to amphetamine: dissociation between changes in behavior and changes in dopamine and glutamate overflow in the rat striatal complex},
  author={Aldo Badiani and Matthew M Oates and Sabina Fraioli and Kaitlin E. Browman and Michelle M. Ostrander and C J Xue and Marina E Wolf and Terry E. Robinson},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={2000},
  volume={151},
  pages={166-174}
}
Rationale: We have previously shown that environmental novelty enhances the behavioral activating effects of amphetamine and amphetamine-induced expression of the immediate early gene c-fos in the striatal complex, particularly in the most caudal portion of the caudate. In contrast, we found no effect of novelty on the ability of amphetamine to induce dopamine (DA) overflow in the rostral caudate or in the core of the nucleus accumbens. Objectives: The twofold aim of the present study was to… CONTINUE READING

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