The new neurokinin 1‐sensitive receptor mediates the facilitation by endogenous tachykinins of the NMDA‐evoked release of acetylcholine after suppression of dopaminergic transmission in the matrix of the rat striatum

@article{Kemel2003TheNN,
  title={The new neurokinin 1‐sensitive receptor mediates the facilitation by endogenous tachykinins of the NMDA‐evoked release of acetylcholine after suppression of dopaminergic transmission in the matrix of the rat striatum},
  author={M. Kemel and S. Pérez and J. Beaujouan and M. Jabourian and P. Soubrié and J. Glowinski},
  journal={Journal of Neurochemistry},
  year={2003},
  volume={87}
}
Using an in vitro microsuperfusion procedure, the NMDA‐evoked release of [3H]ACh was studied after suppression of dopamine (DA) transmission (α‐methyl‐p‐tyrosine) in striatal compartments of the rat. The effects of tachykinin neurokinin 1 (NK1) receptor antagonists and the ability of appropriate agonists to counteract the antagonist responses were investigated to determine whether tachykinin NK1 classic, septide‐sensitive and/or new NK1‐sensitive receptors mediate these regulations. The NK1… Expand
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