Increased preproenkephalin mRNA and preprotachykinin mRNA in the striatum of Rolling mouse Nagoya.

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Although Rolling mouse Nagoya (RMN) has been considered to demonstrate cerebellar dysfunction, our previous metabolic and electrophysiological studies also revealed a dysfunction of the basal ganglia, with the presumable primary site of dysfunction being the striatum. In the present study, we investigated the neurochemical functions of the striatum. In RMN… (More)

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@article{Taniwaki1996IncreasedPM, title={Increased preproenkephalin mRNA and preprotachykinin mRNA in the striatum of Rolling mouse Nagoya.}, author={Takayuki Taniwaki and Hisashi Shinoda and Yurika Kaseda and Masahiko Kato and Itaru Goto}, journal={Brain research}, year={1996}, volume={714 1-2}, pages={231-4} }