Opposing actions of adenosine A2a and dopamine D2 receptor activation on GABA release in the basal ganglia: evidence for an A2a/D2 receptor interaction in globus pallidus.

Abstract

There is increasing evidence that adenosine (ADO) and dopamine (DA) interact directly in the basal ganglia via actions at ADO A2a and DA D2 receptors, respectively. The purpose of this study was to determine 1) the extent to which these receptors modulate endogenous GABA release in discrete regions of the rat basal ganglia and 2) whether GABA release is… (More)

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