Neostriatal evoked inhibition and effects of dopamine on globus pallidal neurons in rat slice preparations

@article{Nakanishi1985NeostriatalEI,
  title={Neostriatal evoked inhibition and effects of dopamine on globus pallidal neurons in rat slice preparations},
  author={Hiroshi Nakanishi and Nobuaki Hori and Nobuo Kastuda},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={1985},
  volume={358},
  pages={282-286}
}
Spontaneous unit discharges were recorded extracellularly from globus pallidal (GP) neurons in rat slice preparations. The firing rates of GP neurons ranged from 2.0 to 24.0 spikes/s and their firing patterns were predominantly of two types: regular and irregular. Stimulation of the neostriatum evoked two distinct types of inhibition which were dependent on GP neuronal firing patterns, a brief inhibition (about 75 ms) followed by resetting rhythmic neuronal activities and a relatively long-term… CONTINUE READING

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