The glycine antagonist (+)-HA-966 injected into the nucleus accumbens stimulates locomotion in mice

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We have previously observed that NMDA antagonists injected into the ventral striatum cause locomotor stimulation in both normal and monoamine-depleted mice. Since glycine receptor activation is claimed to be a prerequisite for NMDA receptor channel opening, also a glycine site antagonist injected into the ventral striatum should cause behavioural activation… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01277660

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@article{Nilsson1997TheGA, title={The glycine antagonist (+)-HA-966 injected into the nucleus accumbens stimulates locomotion in mice}, author={Malin Nilsson and Maria Lizzie Carlsson}, journal={Journal of Neural Transmission}, year={1997}, volume={104}, pages={419-425} }