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Originalarbeiten (der letzten Jahre):

2018 (or in press):

Engelhardt KA, Schwarting RKW & Wöhr M (in press) Mapping trait-like socio-affective phenotypes in rats through 50-kHz ultrasonic vocalizations. Psychopharmacology.

Tonelli LC, Wöhr M, Schwarting RKW & Melo-Thomas L (2018) Awakenings in rats by ultrasounds: A new animal model for paradoxical kinesia. Behavioural Brain Research 337: 204-209. [Link]

2017:

Melo-Thomas L, Engelhardt K-A, Thomas U, Hoehl D, Thomas S, Wöhr M, Werner B, Bremmer F & Schwarting RKW (2017) A wireless, bidirectional interface for in vivo recording and stimulation of neural activity in freely behaving rats. JoVE – Journal of Visualized Experiments 129), e56299, doi:10.3791/56299.

Sungur AÖ, Jochner MCE, Harb H, Kilic A, Garn H, Schwarting RKW, Wöhr M (2017) Aberrant cognitive phenotypes and altered hippocampal BDNF expression related to epigenetic modifications in mice lacking the post-synaptic scaffolding protein SHANK1: Implications for autism spectrum disorder. Hippocampus 27: 906-919.

Engelhardt KA, Fuchs E, Schwarting RKW, Wöhr M (2017) Effects of amphetamine on pro-social ultrasonic communication in juvenile rats: Implications for mania. European Neuropsychopharmacology 27: 261-273.

2016:

Wendler E, de Souza CP, Vecchia DD, Kanazawa LKS, de Almeida Soares Hocayen P, Wöhr M, Schwarting RKW, Andreatini R. (2016) Evaluation of 50-kHz ultrasonic vocalizations in animal models of mania: Ketamine and lisdexamfetamine-induced hyperlocomotion in rats. European Neuropsychopharmacology 26: 1900-1908

Busse S & Schwarting RKW. (2016) Decoupling actions from consequences: Dorsal hippocampal lesions facilitate instrumental performance, but impair behavioral flexibility in rats. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience  10: 118, [Link]

Filice F, Vörckel KJ, Sungur AÖ, Wöhr M & Schwaller B. (2016) Reduction in parvalbumin expression not loss of the parvalbumin-expressing GABA interneuron subpopulation in genetic parvalbumin and Shank mouse models of autism. Molecular Brain 9:10, DOI: 10.1186/s13041-016-0192-8. 

Sungur AÖ, Schwarting RKW & Wöhr M. (2016) Early communication deficits in the Shank1 knockout mouse model for autism spectrum disorder: developmental aspects and effects of social context. Autism Research  9: 696-709.

Busse S & Schwarting RKW. (2016) Procedural performance benefits after excitotoxic hippocampal lesions in the rat sequential reaction time task. Neurotoxicity Research 29: 54-68.

Brenes JC, Lackinger M, Höglinger GU, Schratt G, Schwarting RKW & Wöhr M. (2016) Differential effects of social and physical environmental enrichment on brain plasticity, cognition, and ultrasonic communication in rats. Journal of Comparative Neurology 524: 1586-1607.

2015:

Höglinger GU, Alvarez-Fischer D, Arias-Carrion O, Djufri M, Windolph A, Keber U, Borta A, Ries V, Schwarting RKW, Scheller D & Oertel W. (2015) A new dopaminergic nigro-olfactory projection. Acta Neuropathologica 130: 333-348.

Michel A, Downey P, Van Damme X, De Wolf C, Schwarting RKW & Scheller D. (2015) Behavioural assessment of the A2A/NR2B combination in the unilateral 6-OHDA-lesioned rat model: A new method to examine the therapeutic potential of non-dopaminergic drugs. PlosOne10(8): e0135949, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0135949

Brenes J & Schwarting RKW. (2015) Individual differences in anticipatory activity to food rewards predict cue-induced appetitive 50-kHz calls in rats. Physiology & Behavior 149: 107-118.

Heyse N, Brenes J & Schwarting RKW. (2015) Exercise reward induces appetitive 50-kHz calls in rats. Physiology & Behavior, 147: 131-140.

Seffer D, Rippberger, H, Schwarting RKW & Wöhr M (2015). Pro-social 50-kHz ultrasonic communication in rats: Post-weaning but not post-adolescent social isolation leads to social impairments - phenotypic rescue by re-socialization. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 9:102. [Link]

Valluy J, Bicker S, Aksoy-Aksel A, Lackinger M, Sumer S, Fiore R, Wüst, T, Seffer D, Metge F, Dieterich C, Wöhr M, Schwarting R & Schratt G. (2015). A coding-independent function of an alternative Ube3a transcript during neuronal development. Nature Neuroscience, 18: 666-673.

Lukas M & Wöhr M (2015). Endogenous vasopressin, innate anxiety, and the emission of pro-social 50-kHz ultrasonic vocalizations during social play behavior in juvenile rats. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 56: 35-44.

Beis D, Holzwarth K, Flinders M, Bader M, Wöhr M & Alenina N
(2015).
Brain serotonin deficiency leads to social communication deficits in mice. Biology Letters
, 11, 20150057.

Wöhr M (2015).
Effect of social odor context on the emission of isolation-induced ultrasonic vocalizations in the BTBR T+tf/J mouse model for autism. Frontiers in Neuroscience
, 9, e73.

Mosienko M, Beis D, Alenina N & Wöhr M (2015).
Reduced isolation-induced pup ultrasonic communication in mouse pups lacking brain serotonin. Molecular Autism, 6, e13.

Wöhr M, Orduz D, Gregory P, Moreno H, Khan U, Vörckel KJ, Wolfer DP, Welzl H, Gall D, Schiffmann S & Schwaller B (2015).
Lack of parvalbumin in mice leads to behavioral deficits relevant to all human autism core symptoms and related neural morpho-functional abnormalities. Translational Psychiatry, 5, e525.

Wöhr M, Rippberger H, Schwarting RKW & van Gaalen M (2015). Critical involvement of 5-HT2C receptor function in amphetamine-induced 50-kHz ultrasonic vocalizations in rats.
Psychopharmacology 232: 1817-1829.

Melo-Thomas L & Thomas U (2015). Deep brain stimulation of the inferior colliculus: a possible animal model to study paradoxical kinesia observed in some parkinsonian patients? Behavioural Brain Research, 279: 1-8.

2014:

Willuhn I, Tose A, Wanat MJ, Hart AS, Hollon NG, Phillips PEM, Schwarting RKW & Wöhr M (2014). Phasic dopamine release in the nucleus accumbens in response to pro-social 50-kHz ultrasonic vocalizations in rats. The Journal of Neuroscience, 34: 10616-10623.

Brenes J & Schwarting RKW. (2014) Attribution and expression of incentive salience are differentially signaled by ultrasonic vocalizations in rats. PLOS One 7: e102414.

Sungur AÖ, Vörckel, KJ, Schwarting RKW & Wöhr M (2014) Repetitive behaviors in the Shank1 knockout mouse model for autism spectrum disorder: Developmental aspects and effects of social context. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 234: 92-100.

Pereira M, Andreatini R, Schwarting RKW & Brenes J. (2014) Amphetamine-induced appetitive 50-kHz calls in rats: a marker of affect in mania? Psychopharmacology, 231:2567–2577.

Willadsen M, Seffer D, Schwarting RKW & Wöhr M. (2014) Rodent ultrasonic communication: Male pro-social 50-kHz ultrasonic vocalizations elicit social approach behavior in female rats (Rattus norvegicus). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 128: 56-64.

2013:

Wöhr M, Silverman JL, Scattoni ML, Turner SM, Harris MJ, Saxena R & Crawley JN. (2013) Developmental delays and reduced pup ultrasonic vocalizations but normal sociability in mice lacking the postsynaptic cell adhesion protein neuroligin2. Behavioural Brain Research, 251: 50-64.

Will JL, Eckart MT, Rosenow F, Bauer S, Oertel WH, Schwarting RKW & Norwood BA. (2013) Enhanced sequential reaction time task performance in a rat model of mesial temporal lobe epilepsy with classic hippocampal sclerosis. Behavioural Brain Research, 247: 65-72.

Dombrowski PA, Maia TV, Boschen SL, Bortolanza M, Wendler E, Schwarting RKW, Brandão ML, Winn PL, Blaha CD & da Cunha C. (2013) Evidence that conditioned avoidance responses are reinforced by positive prediction errors signaled by tonic striatal dopamine. Behavioural Brain Research, 241: 112-119.

2012:

Wöhr M & Schwarting RKW (2012). Testing social acoustic memory in rats: Effects of stimulus configuration and long-term memory on the induction of social approach behavior by appetitive 50-kHz ultrasonic vocalizations. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 98: 154-164.

Yee N, Schwarting RKW, Fuchs E & Wöhr M (2012). Enhanced production of affective ultrasonic vocalizations during fear learning in adult male rats exposed to maternal immune activation. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 46: 1199-1205.

Yang M, Bozdagi O, Scattoni ML, Wöhr M, Roullet FI, Katz AM, Abrams DN, Kalikhman D, Simon H, Woldeyohannes L, Zhang JY, Harris MJ, Saxena R, Silverman JL, Buxbaum JD & Crawley JN. (2012) Reduced excitatory neurotransmission and mild autism-relevant phenotypes in adolescent Shank3 null mutant mice. The Journal of Neuroscience, 32: 6525-6541.

Sadananda M, Natusch C, Karrenbauer B & Schwarting RKW. (2012) 50-kHz calls in rats: effects of MDMA and the 5-HT1A receptor agonist 8-OH-DPAT. Pharmacology Biochemistry & Behavior, 101: 258-264.

Brenes JC, Broiz C, Bassi GS, Schwarting RKW & Brandao ML. (2012) Involvement of neurokinin-mediated mechanisms in the midbrain tectum in fear and anxiety. Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research, 45: 349-356.

Yee N, Schwarting RKW, Fuchs E & Wöhr M. (2012) Juvenile stress potentiates aversive 22-kHz ultrasonic vocalizations and freezing during auditory fear conditioning in adult male rats. Stress, 15: 533-544.

Eckart MT, Hülse-Matia MC & Schwarting RKW. (2012) Dorsal hippocampal lesions boost performance in the rat sequential reaction time task. Hippocampus, 22: 1202-1214.

2011:

Karrenbauer BD, Müller CP, Ho YJ, Spanagel R, Huston JP, Schwarting RKW & Pawlak CR. (2011) Time-dependent in-vivo effects of interleukin-2 on neurotransmitters in various cortices: Relationships with depressive-related and anxiety-like behaviour. Journal of Neuroimmunology, 237: 23-32.

Wöhr M, Roullet FI, Hung AY, Sheng M. & Crawley JN. (2011) Communication impairments in mice lacking Shank1: Reduced levels of ultrasonic vocalizations and scent marking behavior. PLoS ONE, 6: e20631.

Beis D, Schwarting RKW & Dietrich A. (2011) Evidence for a supportive role of classical transient receptor potential 6 (TRPC6) in the exploration behavior of mice. Physiology & Behavior, 102: 245-250.

Wöhr M, Roullet FI & Crawley JN. (2011) Reduced scent marking and ultrasonic vocalizations in the BTBR T+tf/J mouse model of autism. Genes, Brain and Behavior, 10: 35-43.

Wöhr M, Moles A, Schwarting RKW & D’Amato FR. (2011) Lack of social exploratory activation in male μ-opioid receptor KO mice in response to playback of female ultrasonic vocalizations. Social Neuroscience, 6: 76-87.

Roullet FI, Wöhr M & Crawley JN. (2011) Female urine-induced male mice ultrasonic vocalizations, but not scent-marking, is modulated by social experience. Behavioural Brain Research, 216: 19-28.

2010:

Dombrowski PA, Carvalho MC, Miyoshi E, Correia D, Bortolanza M, Santos LM, Wietzikoski EC, Eckart MT, Schwarting RKW, Brandão ML & Da Cunha C. (2010) Microdialysis study of striatal  dopamine in MPTP-hemilesioned rats challenged with apomorphine and amphetamine. Behavioural Brain Research, 215: 63-70.

Natusch C & Schwarting RKW. (2010) Using bedding in a test environment critically affects  50-kHz ultrasonic vocalizations in laboratory rats. Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior, 96: 251-259.

Eckart MT, Huelse-Matia MC, Loer D & Schwarting, RKW. (2010) Acquisition and performance in a rat sequential reaction time task is not affected by subtotal ventral striatal 6-OHDA lesions. Neuroscience Letters, 476: 27-31.

Kurz A, Wöhr M, Walter M, Bonin M, Auburger G, Gispert S & Schwarting RKW.  (2010) Alpha-synuclein deficiency affects brain Foxp1 expression and ultrasonic vocalization. Neuroscience, 166: 785-795.

Eckart, MT, Huelse-Matia, MC, McDonald RS & Schwarting, RKW. (2010) 6-Hydroxydopamine lesions in the rat neostriatum impair sequential learning in a serial reaction time task. Neurotoxicity Research, 17: 287-298.

2009:

Wöhr M & Schwarting RKW. (2009) Ultrasonic communication in rats: Effects of morphine and naloxone on vocal and behavioral responses to playback of 50-kHz vocalizations. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 94: 285-295.

Wöhr M, Kehl M, Borta A, Schänzer A, Schwarting RKW & Höglinger GU. (2009) New insights into the relationship of neurogenesis and affect: Tickling induces hippocampal cell proliferation in rats emitting appetitive 50-kHz ultrasonic vocalizations. Neuroscience, 163: 1024-1030.

Karrenbauer BD, Ho Y-J, Ludwig V, Löhn J, Spanagel R, Schwarting RKW & Pawlak CR. (2009) Time-dependent effects of striatal interleukin-2 on open field behaviour in rats. Journal of Neuroimmunology, 208: 10-18.

Bauhofer A, Ho Y-J, Schmitt A, Köster M, Schwarting RKW & Pawlak CR. (2009) Individual behavioral differences in recovery from abdominal sepsis in rats. Inflammation Research, 58: 1-9.

2008:

Domenger D & Schwarting RKW. (2008) Effects of neostriatal 6-OHDA lesion on performance in a rat sequential reaction time task. Neuroscience Letters, 444: 212-216.

Wöhr M, Dahlhoff M, Wolf E, Holsboer F, Schwarting RKW & Wotjak CT. (2008) Effects of genetic background, gender, and early environmental factors on isolation-induced ultrasonic calling in mouse pups: An embryo-transfer study. Behavior Genetics, 38: 579-595.

Wöhr M & Schwarting RKW. (2008) Ultrasonic calling during fear conditioning in the rat: No evidence for an audience effect. Animal Behavior, 76: 749-760.

Wöhr M & Schwarting RKW. (2008) Maternal care, isolation-induced infant ultrasonic calling, and their relations to adult anxiety-related behavior in the rat. Behavioral Neuroscience, 122: 310-330.

Wöhr M, Houx B, Schwarting RKW & Spruijt B. (2008) Effects of experience and context on 50-kHz vocalizations in rats. Physiology & Behavior, 93: 766-776.

Ludwig V, Mihov Y & Schwarting RKW. (2008) Behavioral and neurochemical consequences of multiple MDMA administrations in the rat: role of individual differences in anxiety-related behavior. Behavioural Brain Research, 189: 52-64.

Sadananda M, Wöhr M & Schwarting RKW. (2008) Playback of 22-kHz and 50-kHz ultrasonic vocalizations induces differential c-fos expression in rat brain. Neuroscience Letters, 435: 17–23.

2007:

Wöhr M & Schwarting RKW. (2007) Ultrasonic communication in rats: Can playback of 50-kHz calls induce approach behavior? PLoS One (online journal: http://www.plosone.org), 2: 1-12.

Domenger D & Schwarting RKW. (2007) Sequential behavior in the rat: Role of skill and attention. Experimental Brain Research, 182: 223-231.

Schwarting RKW, Jegan N & Wöhr M. (2007) Situational factors, conditions and individual variables which can determine ultrasonic vocalizations in male adult Wistar rats. Behavioural Brain Research, 182: 208-222.

Ludwig V & Schwarting RKW. (2007) Neurochemical and behavioral consequences of striatal injection of 5,7-dihydroxytryptamine. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 162: 108-118.

2006:

Domenger D & Schwarting RKW. (2006) The serial reaction time task in the rat: Effects of D1 and D2 dopamine receptor antagonists. Behavioural Brain Research, 175: 212-222.

Görisch J & Schwarting RKW. (2006) Wistar rats with high versus low rearing activity differ in radial maze performance. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 86: 175-187.

Pawlak CR & Schwarting RKW. (2006) Striatal microinjection of interleukin-2 and rat behaviour in the elevated plus-maze. Behavioural Brain Research, 168: 339-344.

Borta A, Wöhr M & Schwarting RKW. (2006) Rat ultrasonic vocalization in aversively motivated situations and the role of individual differences in anxiety-related behavior. Behavioural Brain Research, 166: 271-280.

2005:

Wöhr M, Borta A & Schwarting RKW. (2005) Overt behavior and ultrasonic vocalization in a fear conditioning paradigm: a dose-response study in the rat. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 84: 228-240.

Pawlak CR, Schwarting RKW & Bauhofer A. (2005) Cytokine mRNA levels in brain and peripheral tissues of the rat: relationships with anxiety-like behavior. Molecular Brain Research, 137: 159-165.

Domenger D & Schwarting RKW. (2005) Sequential behavior in the rat: A new model using food-reinforced instrumental behavior. Behavioural Brain Research, 160: 197-207.

Borta, A & Schwarting RKW. (2005) Post-trial treatment with the nicotinic agonist metanicotine: Differential effects in Wistar rats with high versus low rearing activity. Pharmacology Biochemistry & Behavior, 80: 541-548.

Borta A & Schwarting RKW. (2005) Inhibitory avoidance, plus-maze behavior, and pain reactivity in Wistar rats with high versus low rearing activity. Physiology & Behavior, 84: 387-396.

Pawlak CR & Schwarting RKW. (2005) Repeated nicotine treatment in rats with high versus low rearing activity: analyses of behavioural sensitisation and place preference. Psychopharmacology, 178: 440-450.

Schwarting RKW & Borta A. (2005) Analysis of behavioral asymmetries in the elevated plus-maze and in the T-maze. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 141: 251-260.

2004 und früher:

Bauhofer A, Schwarting RKW, Köster M, Schmitt A, Lorenz W & Pawlak CR. (2004) Sickness behavior of rats with abdominal sepsis can be improved by antibiotic and G-CSF prophylaxis in clinic modeling randomized trials. Inflammation Research, 53: 697-705.

Ho J-H, Pawlak CR, Guo L & Schwarting RKW. (2004) Acute and long-term consequences of single MDMA administration in relation to individual anxiety levels in the rat. Behavioural Brain Research,.149: 135-144.

Sedelis M, Hofele K, Schwarting RKW, Huston JP & Belknap JK. (2004) Chromosomal loci influencing the susceptibility to the parkinsonian neurotoxin MPTP. The Journal of Neuroscience, 23: 8247-8253.

Pawlak CR, Ho Y-J, Schwarting RKW & Bauhofer A. (2003) Relationship between striatal levels of interleukin-2 mRNA and plus-maze behaviour in the rat. Neuroscience Letters, 341: 205-208.

Ho Y-J, Eichendorff J & Schwarting RKW. (2002) Individual profiles of male Wistar rats in animal models of anxiety and depression. Behavioural Brain Research, 136: 1-12.

Pawlak CR & Schwarting RKW. (2002) Object preference and nicotine consumption in rats with high vs. low rearing activity in a novel open field. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 73: 679-687.

Schildein S, Huston JP & Schwarting RKW. (2002) Open-field habituation learning is improved by nicotine and attenuated by mecamylamine administered post-trial into the nucleus accumbens. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 77: 277-290.

Bast T, Diekamp B, Thiel C, Schwarting RKW & Güntürkün O. (2002) Functional aspects of dopamine metabolism in the putative prefrontal cortex analogue and striatum of pigeons (Columba livia). Journal of Comparative Neurology, 446: 58-67.

Fornaguera J & Schwarting RKW. (2002) Time course of deficits in open field behavior after unilateral neostriatal 6-hydroxydopamine lesions.Neurotoxicity Research, 4: 41-49.

Hofele K, Sedelis M, Auburger G, Morgan S, Huston JP & Schwarting RKW. (2001) Evidence for a dissociation between MPTP-toxicity and tyrosinase activity based on congenic mouse strain susceptibility. Experimental Neurology 168: 116-122.

Thiel CM & Schwarting RKW. (2001) Dopaminergic lateralization in the forebrain: relations to behavioural asymmetries and anxiety in male Wistar rats. Neuropsychobiology 43: 192-199.

Galosi R, Lenard L, Knoche A, Huston JP & Schwarting RKW. (2001) Dopaminergic effects of histamine administration in the nucleus accumbens and the impact of H1 receptor bloackade. Neuropharmacology 40: 624-633.

Schildein S, Huston JP & Schwarting RKW. (2000) Injections of tacrine and scopolamine into the nucleus accumbens: Opposing effects of immediate vs. delayed post-trial treatment on memory of an open field. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 73: 21-30.

Haubrich C, Frielingsdorf V, Herzig S, Schröder H, Schwarting RKW, Sturm V & Voges J. (2000) N-type calcium channel blockers - tools for modulation of cerebral functional units? Brain Research 855: 225-234.

Sedelis M, Hofele K, Auburger G, Morgan S, Huston JP & Schwarting RKW. (2000) MPTP susceptibility in the mouse: behavioral, neurochemical and histological analysis of gender and strain differences. Behavior Genetics 30: 171-182.

Sedelis M, Hofele K, Auburger G, Morgan S, Huston JP & Schwarting RKW. (2000) Evidence for resistance to MPTP in C57BL/6 x BALB/c F1 hybrids as compared with their progenitor strains. NeuroReport 11: 1093-1096.

De Souza-Silva MA, Hasenöhrl RU, Tomaz C, Schwarting RKW & Huston JP. (2000) Differential modulation of frontal cortex acetylcholine by injection of substance P into the nucleus basalis magnocellularis in the freely-moving vs. anesthetized preparation. Synapse 38: 243-253.

Thiel CM, Müller C, Huston JP & Schwarting RKW. (2000) Auditory noise can prevent hippocampal increased extracellular acetylcholine levels in the hippocampus in response to aversive stimulation. Brain Research 882: 112-119.

Fornaguera J & Schwarting RKW. (1999) Early behavioral changes after nigro-striatal system damage can serve as predictors of striatal dopamine depletion. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry, 23: 1353-1368.

Thiel CM, Müller C, Huston JP & Schwarting RKW. (1999) High vs. low reactivity to a novel environment: Behavioural, pharmacological and neurochemical assessments. Neuroscience, 93: 243-251.

Schwarting RKW, Sedelis M, Hofele K, Auburger GW & Huston JP. (1999) Strain-dependent recovery of open-field behavior and striatal dopamine deficiency in the mouse MPTP model of Parkinson´s disease. Neurotoxicity Research 1: 41-56.

Dringenberg HC, de Souza-Silva MA, Roßmüller J, Huston JP & Schwarting RKW. (1998) Histamine H1 receptor antagonists produce increases in extracellular acetylcholine in rat frontal cortex and hippocampus. Journal of Neurochemistry, 70: 1750- 1758.

Schwarting RKW, Thiel M, Müller CP and Huston JP. (1998) Relationship between anxiety and serotonin in the ventral striatum. NeuroReport, 9: 1025-1029.

Carrera, P.M., Brunhara, F.C., Schwarting, R.K.W. & Tomaz, C. (1998) Drug conditioning induced by intrastriatal apomorphine administration. Brain Research, 790: 60-66.

Schildein S, Agmo A, Huston JP & Schwarting RKW. (1998) Intraaccumbens injections of substance P, morphine and amphetamine: Effects on conditioned place preference and behavioral activity. Brain Research, 790:185-194.

Thiel CM, Huston JP & Schwarting RKW. (1998) Hippocampal acetylcholine and habituation learning. Neuroscience, 85: 1253-1262.

Dringenberg HC, de Souza-Silva MA, Schwarting RKW & Huston JP. (1998) Increased levels of extracellular dopamine in neostriatum and nucleus accumbens after histamine H1 receptor blockade. Naunyn-Schmiedeberg´s Archives of Pharmacology, 358: 423-429.

Thiel CM, Huston JP & Schwarting RKW. (1998) Cholinergic activation in frontal cortex and nucleus accumbens related to basic behavioral manipulations: handling, and the role of post-handling novelty vs. safety. Brain Research, 812: 121-132.

de Souza Silva MA, Mattern C, Häcker R, Nogueira PJC, Huston JP & Schwarting RKW. (1997a) Intranasal administration of the dopaminergic agonists L-DOPA, amphetamine and cocaine increases dopamine activity in the neostriatum: a microdialysis study in the rat. Journal of Neurochemistry 68: 233-239.

de Souza Silva MA, Mattern C, Häcker R, Tomaz C, Huston JP & Schwarting RKW. (1997b) Increased neostriatal dopamine activity after combined or single administration of l-DOPA and benserazide: a microdialysis study in the rat. Synapse, 27: 294-302.

Huston JP, Haas HL, Pfister M, Boix F, Decking U, Schrader J & Schwarting RKW. (1996) In-vivo analysis of extracellular adenosine in neostriatum and hippocampus during periods of rest and activity. Neuroscience 73: 99-107.

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