In vivo studies on the effect of monoamine oxidase inhibitors on dopamine and serotonin metabolism in rat brain areas
In vivo voltammetric analyses on the action of the monoamine oxidase inhibitors pargyline, deprenyl, and clorgyline on dopamine and serotonin metabolism in rat brain showed strain and regional differences depending on the compound under study.
KeywordsLocus Coeruleus Differential Pulse Voltammetry Serotonin Metabolism Voltammetric Analysis Carbon Fiber Electrode
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