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Emergence of oral and locomotor activity in chronic haloperidol-treated rats following cortical N-methyl-D-aspartate stimulation.
An evaluation of the role of 5-HT(2) receptor antagonism during subchronic antipsychotic drug administration in rats.
Risperidone-induced increase of plasma norepinephrine is not correlated with symptom improvement in chronic schizophrenia.
Chronic administration of typical, but not atypical neuroleptics induce persisting alterations in rest-activity cycles in rats.
Decreased pallidal GABA following reverse microdialysis with clozapine, but not haloperidol.
Neuroleptic-induced oral movements in rats: methodological issues.
Chronic neuroleptics alter the effects of the D1 agonist SK&F 38393 and the D2 agonist LY171555 on oral movements in rats.
Chronic neuroleptic administration decreases extracellular GABA in the nucleus accumbens but not in the caudate-putamen of rats.
Comparison of chronic intermittent haloperidol and raclopride effects on striatal dopamine release and synaptic ultrastructure in rats.
Regional differences in chronic neuroleptic effects on extracellular dopamine activity.
Duration-dependent increase in striatal glutamate following prolonged fluphenazine administration in rats.
Autoradiographic analysis of regional alterations in brain receptors following chronic administration and withdrawal of typical and atypical neuroleptics in rats.
Aripiprazole blocks reinstatement of cocaine seeking in an animal model of relapse.
Repeated aripiprazole administration attenuates cocaine seeking in a rat model of relapse.
Rats administered chronic neuroleptics develop oral movements which are similar in form to those in humans with tardive dyskinesia.
Tremorous mouth movements in rats administered chronic neuroleptics.
The consequences of long-term antipsychotic drug administration on basal ganglia neuronal function in laboratory animals.
Chronic haloperidol potentiates stimulated glutamate release in caudate putamen, but not prefrontal cortex.
Subchronic administration of clozapine, but not haloperidol or metoclopramide, decreases dopamine D2 receptor messenger RNA levels in the nucleus accumbens and caudate-putamen in rats.