Stress‐Induced Enhancement of Suppression of [3H]GABA Release from Striatal Slices by Presynaptic Autoreceptor

@article{Kuriyama1984StressInducedEO,
  title={Stress‐Induced Enhancement of Suppression of [3H]GABA Release from Striatal Slices by Presynaptic Autoreceptor},
  author={Kinya Kuriyama and Kouji Kanmori and Jun Taguchi and Yukio Yoneda},
  journal={Journal of Neurochemistry},
  year={1984},
  volume={42}
}
Abstract: The effect of cold and immobilization stress on presynaptic GABAergic autoreceptors was examined using the release of [3H]GABA (γ‐aminobutyric acid) from slices of rat striatum. It was found that in vitro addition of γ‐aminolevulinic acid, as well as GABA agonists such as muscimol and imidazoleacetic acid, exhibited a significant suppression of the striatal release of [3H]GABA evoked by the addition of high potassium, whereas γ‐aminovaleric acid had no significant effects on the… Expand
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