Persistent Oral Dyskinesias Induced by Long-term Haloperidol Treatment is Dissociated from Changes in Neostriatal B ( max ) and Mrna Content for Dopamine D ( 2 ) Receptors

@inproceedings{Huang2016PersistentOD,
  title={Persistent Oral Dyskinesias Induced by Long-term Haloperidol Treatment is Dissociated from Changes in Neostriatal B ( max ) and Mrna Content for Dopamine D ( 2 ) Receptors},
  author={Na Huang},
  year={2016}
}
Persistent Oral Dyskinesias Iduced by Long-Term Haloperidol Treatment Is Dissociated from Changes in Neostriatal Bb>x and mRNA Content for Dopamine Da Receptors by Nuyou Huang Due to the presumed associations of dopamine (DA) receptor supersensitivity phenomena in both long-term neuroleptic-treated tardive dyskinetic rats and neonatal 6hydroxydopamine (n6… CONTINUE READING