Evidence for species differences in 'peripheral' benzodiazepine receptors: an autoradiographic study.

@article{Cymerman1986EvidenceFS,
  title={Evidence for species differences in 'peripheral' benzodiazepine receptors: an autoradiographic study.},
  author={U Cymerman and {\'A}ngel Pazos and Jos{\`e} Maria Palacios},
  journal={Neuroscience letters},
  year={1986},
  volume={66 2},
  pages={153-8}
}
The presence, density and distribution of 'peripheral' benzodiazepine (BZ)-binding sites was investigated by autoradiography in the brains of rats, mice, guinea pigs and cats and in some areas of the dog and monkey brains, using [3H]Ro 5-4864 as a ligand. Marked interspecies differences were found in the distribution and densities of these sites. Rats and mice presented a low density of binding uniformly distributed throughout the brain with high densities concentrated in the ependyma, choroid… CONTINUE READING

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