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Opposite effects of inhibitory and excitatory neurosteroids on [3H]dopamine release from rat nucleus accumbens



Opposite effects of inhibitory and excitatory neurosteroids on [3H]dopamine release from rat nucleus accumbens



Polish Journal of Pharmacology 50(6): 449-452



Neurosteroids with GABAA receptor antagonistic properties increase K(+)-evoked [3H]dopamine release from rat nucleus accumbens slices, whereas neurosteroid positive modulators of GABAA exert an opposite effect.

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