Effects of apomorphine upon local cerebral blood flow

European Journal of Pharmacology
J McCulloch, G Teasdale

Abstract

The effects of apomorphine (0.1 mg/kg) upon local cerebral blood flow were examined in anaesthetized baboons. Proportionately similar increases in local cerebral blood flow were observed following apomorphine in the caudate nucleus (40%), cerebral cortex (38%) and cerebellar cortex (26%), despite the marked differences in the density of the dopaminergic innervation to these structures.

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Sep 5, 1980·European Journal of Pharmacology·J McCulloch, L Edvinsson
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