Oral stereotypy induced by amphetamine microinjection into striatum: an anatomical mapping study.

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The ventrolateral striatum has been shown to specifically contribute to expression of psychostimulant-induced orofacial stereotypies. Adult male Sprague-Dawley rats were implanted with bilateral cannulae directed at one of eight striatal subareas, and were injected with saline or amphetamine (20 micrograms/0.5 microliter/side) in a counterbalanced order… (More)

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@article{Dickson1994OralSI, title={Oral stereotypy induced by amphetamine microinjection into striatum: an anatomical mapping study.}, author={Patricia Dickson and Christoph J G Lang and Sean C. Hinton and A. E. Kelley}, journal={Neuroscience}, year={1994}, volume={61 1}, pages={81-91} }