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The influence of social isolation, hypoxia and immobilization on potassium-stimulated dopamine release from telencephalon slices of mice.

Dopamine release from mice telencephalon slices was investigated following immobilization or hypobaric hypoxia exposure during periods of social isolation of different length which itself affects dopamine release in a characteristic manner. Isolation initially results in a decreasing release, which is compensated at the end by adaptive processes. The decrease of dopamine release induced by immobilization is highly dependent on the foregoing isolation. On the other hand, a hypoxia-induced decrease of release always dominates the results. Adaptive processes in consequence of social isolation are supposed to be important in relation to immobilization effects but not to hypoxia-induced changes.[1]

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  1. The influence of social isolation, hypoxia and immobilization on potassium-stimulated dopamine release from telencephalon slices of mice. Wustmann, C., Oehler, J., Dienel, A., Jähkel, M., Fischer, H.D., Schmidt, J. Biomed. Biochim. Acta (1987) [Pubmed]
 
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