Phasic reward responses in the monkey striatum as detected by voltammetry with diamond microelectrodes

@article{Yoshimi2011PhasicRR,
  title={Phasic reward responses in the monkey striatum as detected by voltammetry with diamond microelectrodes},
  author={K. Yoshimi and Yuuki Naya and Naoko Mitani and Taisuke Kato and Shigeru Kitazawa},
  journal={Neuroscience Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={71},
  pages={49-62}
}
Reward-induced burst firing of dopaminergic neurons has mainly been studied in the primate midbrain. Voltammetry allows high-speed detection of dopamine release in the projection area. Although voltammetry has revealed presynaptic modulation of dopamine release in the striatum, to date, reward-induced release in awakened brains has been recorded only in rodents. To make such recordings, it is possible to use conventional carbon fibres in monkey brains but the use of these fibres is limited by… CONTINUE READING

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