By Alan A. Boulton, Glen B. Baker, Alan N. Bateson
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Following chronic treatments with haloperidol and clozapine, there were no significant changes in this pattern of RTI-121binding distribution (Table 4). 2. EFFECTS OF LITHIUM ON DOPAMINETRANSPORTERS Once again, the use of RTI-121,permitted a very detailed mapping of dopaminergic neurons, and their major fields of innervation. , four quadrants of the rNS and two halves of cNS, as well as on SN, VTA, and dRN. The chronic Li’ treatment for 28 d dramatically increased (60-90%) the binding of RTI-121in all divisions of the NS, without affecting the labeling in SN, VTA, and dRN.
Although Act and TuO (Fig. 6B) were only moderately labeled relative to the above-mentioned limbic regions, their labeling corresponded to the average level relative of other CNS regions. In contrast, the Hip was moderately labeled and, in its dorsal portion, the binding was restricted to the hippocampal fissure (Fig 6H). All areas of the cerebral neocortex showed a slight labeling with [3Hlidazoxan, and this pattern of binding distribution was characterized by lower densities in layers IV and V.
5. Autoradiograms of total [‘“IIRTI-121 labeling in a control mouse (Al, and in lurcher (B), heterozygote weaver (Cl and homozygote weaver (D). 0 mm. (A) Note for the control mouse the distinct binding in rNS, with a medio-lateral increasing gradient, and the labeling in Act and TuO. (B) This pattern of [1ZIlRTI-121 binding distribution is essentially the same in the lurcher mutant, and (Cl In the heterozygote weaver, the labeling pattern of [‘2511RTI-121 binding is seemingly conserved. (Dl There is a overall and pronounced decrease of [‘2511RTI-121 binding in the rNS of the homozygote mutant, affecting mainly the laterodorsal, medio-dorsal, and medio-ventral quadrants.
Cell Neurobiology Techniques by Alan A. Boulton, Glen B. Baker, Alan N. Bateson