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Efeitos da experiencia reprodutiva nas respostas neuroquimicas estriatais e hipotalamicas in vivo a injecoes de anfetamina (AMPH) ou apomorfina (APO)


, : Efeitos da experiencia reprodutiva nas respostas neuroquimicas estriatais e hipotalamicas in vivo a injecoes de anfetamina (AMPH) ou apomorfina (APO). Revista Brasileira de Reproducao Animal 26(2): 101-103

Reproductive Experience (RE), i.e., pregnancy, delivery and lactation is a driving force for central dopaminergic system modulation, which is reflected in endocrinal, neurochemical and behavioral functions. The objective of the present study was to determine possible modifications of caudatus-putamen and medial preoptic area dopamine and serotonin terminals in nulliparous and primiparous females revealed by dopamine agonist injections.

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