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dopamine transporter


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dopamine transporter

The Dopamine Transporter Gene

Role of Dopamine Transporters in Neuronal Homeostasis

ASSOCIATION OF THE DOPAMINE TRANSPORTER GENE WITH ALCOHOLISM

Striatal Presynaptic Dopamine in Schizophrenia, Part I: Meta-Analysis of Dopamine Active Transporter (DAT) Density

Clinical benefit of dopamine transporter imaging in movement disorders and dementia

Functional Analysis of Upstream Common Polymorphisms of the Dopamine Transporter Gene

Dopamine in the hippocampus is cleared by the norepinephrine transporter

Dopamine transporter genotype influences the physiological response to medication in ADHD

Dopamine transporter deficiency syndrome: phenotypic spectrum from infancy to adulthood

PT545. The Direct Protein-Protein Interaction between Dopamine Transporter and Dopamine D2 Receptor: A Novel Target Site to Modulate Synaptic Dopamine

Sequence Variation in the Primate Dopamine Transporter Gene and Its Relationship to Social Dominance

PCB-Induced Inhibition of the Vesicular Monoamine Transporter Predicts Reductions in Synaptosomal Dopamine Content

Reduced Dopamine Transporter Expression in the Amygdala of Subjects Diagnosed With Schizophrenia

Reduced striatal dopamine transporters in idiopathic rapid eye movement sleep behaviour disorder Comparison with Parkinson's disease and controls

Postnatal development of tyrosine hydroxylase- and dopamine transporter-immunoreactive axons in monkey rostral entorhinal cortex.

Effect of Dopamine Transporter Genotype on Intrinsic Functional Connectivity Depends on Cognitive State

PS268. Relationship between cytokines and dopamine transporter availability in patients with carbon monoxide poisoning

Polychlorinated Biphenyl–Induced Reduction of Dopamine Transporter Expression as a Precursor to Parkinson's Disease–Associated Dopamine Toxicity

 

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An integral membrane protein of dopaminergic nerve terminals that permits re‐entry of dopamine in a Na+‐ and Cl‐dependent manner. Cocaine binds strongly to, and inhibits, the transporter. A variety of mood‐modifying drugs act similarly.

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