Heterosynaptic Dopamine Neurotransmission Selects Sets of Corticostriatal Terminals

@article{Bamford2004HeterosynapticDN,
  title={Heterosynaptic Dopamine Neurotransmission Selects Sets of Corticostriatal Terminals},
  author={Nigel S. Bamford and Hui Zhang and Yvonne Schmitz and Nanping Wu and Carlos Cepeda and Michael S Levine and C Schmauss and Stanislav S Zakharenko and Leonard Zablow and David Sulzer},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={2004},
  volume={42},
  pages={653-663}
}
Dopamine input to the striatum is required for voluntary motor movement, behavioral reinforcement, and responses to drugs of abuse. It is speculated that these functions are dependent on either excitatory or inhibitory modulation of corticostriatal synapses onto medium spiny neurons (MSNs). While dopamine modulates MSN excitability, a direct presynaptic effect on the corticostriatal input has not been clearly demonstrated. We combined optical monitoring of synaptic vesicle exocytosis from motor… CONTINUE READING
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