Spatial distribution of kainate receptor subunit mRNA in the mouse basal ganglia and ventral mesencephalon.

@article{Bischoff1997SpatialDO,
  title={Spatial distribution of kainate receptor subunit mRNA in the mouse basal ganglia and ventral mesencephalon.},
  author={Steve Bischoff and Jacques Barhanin and Bernhard Bettler and Christophe Mulle and Stephen F. Heinemann},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  year={1997},
  volume={379 4},
  pages={
          541-62
        }
}
In an attempt to gain knowledge of the possible functions of kainate receptors, we have used in situ hybridization to examine the regional and cellular expression patterns of glutamate receptor subunits GluR5-7, KA1 and KA2 in the adult mouse basal ganglia, known to play a pivotal role in the translation of motivation into actions. Kainate receptor subunits were found to be differentially expressed in the circuitry forming the basal ganglia. They differ from each other in expression levels and… CONTINUE READING
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