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The behavioral and biochemical effects of lithium on dopaminergic agonist-induced supersensitivity

Psychopharmacology

Jan 1, 1984

E H Rubin, G F Wooten

PMID: 6438680

Abstract

Dopaminergic behavioral supersensitivity may be induced by chronic treatment with either dopaminergic agonists or antagonists. We demonstrate that the development of agonist-induced supersensitivity is resistant to chronic lithium exposure. Furthermore, chronic lithium alone enhances th...read more

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Homovanillic Acid
Dopamine Agonists [MoA]
Behavior, Animal
Amphetamine
Neostriatum
August Rats
Thyramine
Lithium Measurement
Dopamine Metabolic Process
3,4-Dihydroxyphenylacetic Acid, Monosodium Salt
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The behavioral and biochemical effects of lithium on dopaminergic agonist-induced supersensitivity

Psychopharmacology

Jan 1, 1984

E H Rubin, G F Wooten

PMID: 6438680

DOI:

Abstract

Dopaminergic behavioral supersensitivity may be induced by chronic treatment with either dopaminergic agonists or antagonists. We demonstrate that the development of agonist-induced supersensitivity is resistant to chronic lithium exposure. Furthermore, chronic lithium alone enhances th...read more

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Homovanillic Acid
Dopamine Agonists [MoA]
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Neostriatum
August Rats
Thyramine
Lithium Measurement
Dopamine Metabolic Process
3,4-Dihydroxyphenylacetic Acid, Monosodium Salt

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Limbic System

The limbic system is comprised of several different parts of the brain involved in emotion, motivation, learning, and memory. Discover the latest research on the limbic system here.

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Effects of lithium on behaviour induced by phencyclidine and amphetamine in rats

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