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Release of labeled l glutamic acid from rat neo striatum during stimulation of frontal cortex in vivo



Release of labeled l glutamic acid from rat neo striatum during stimulation of frontal cortex in vivo



Fiziologicheskii Zhurnal SSSR Imeni I M Sechenova 65(10): 1544-1548



Stimulation of rat frontal cortex released labeled L-glutamic acid from the neostriatum whereas stimulation of substantia nigra (zona, compacta) did not. Apparently cortico-striatal afferents either are glutamatergic or contain a glutamatergic component.

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