Persistent augmented dopamine release after acute cocaine requires dopamine receptor activation.

Abstract

Pretreatment of rats with a single injection of cocaine produces a persistent augmentation of amphetamine-induced [3H]dopamine [( 3H]DA) release measured using the in vitro striatal slice preparation. Cocaine has several actions in the nigrostriatal DA system: it blocks DA uptake and thereby indirectly stimulates DA receptors and it also acts as a local… (More)

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