Evidence for a widespread dopaminergic innervation of the human cerebral neocortex.


The recent finding that D1 dopamine receptors are present in all neocortical areas of the human brain, does not fit in with the generally held view that the mesocortical dopaminergic pathway is restricted to prefrontal areas. We investigated the brains of 3 patients who died with a unilateral infarction in the ventral midbrain, including the substantia… (More)


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