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Oral dyskinesia in brain-damaged rats withdrawn from a neuroleptic: implication for models of tardive dyskinesia

Psychopharmacology

Jan 1, 1980

R B Glassman, H N Glassman

PMID: 6104844

Abstract

Rats with ablated frontal sensorimotor cortex and one with ablated sensorimotor connections to forebrain showed more vacuous chewing movements following 6-week chronic administration of a neuroleptic than did occipitally damaged rats or normal controls who were treated in the same way. ...read more

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Antipsychotic Effect
Behavior, Animal
Amphetamine
Salicylhydroxamic acid
Adrenal Cortex Diseases
Assay OF Haloperidol
Occipital Lobe
Lingual-Facial-Buccal Dyskinesia
Thyramine
Brain
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Oral dyskinesia in brain-damaged rats withdrawn from a neuroleptic: implication for models of tardive dyskinesia

Psychopharmacology

Jan 1, 1980

R B Glassman, H N Glassman

PMID: 6104844

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Abstract

Rats with ablated frontal sensorimotor cortex and one with ablated sensorimotor connections to forebrain showed more vacuous chewing movements following 6-week chronic administration of a neuroleptic than did occipitally damaged rats or normal controls who were treated in the same way. ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Antipsychotic Effect
Behavior, Animal
Amphetamine
Salicylhydroxamic acid
Adrenal Cortex Diseases
Assay OF Haloperidol
Occipital Lobe
Lingual-Facial-Buccal Dyskinesia
Thyramine
Brain

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