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Identification of Dopamine D1-Alpha Receptor Within Rodent Nucleus Accumbens by an Innovative RNA In Situ Detection Technology

DOI :

10.3791/57444-v

March 27th, 2018

March 27th, 2018

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1Program in Behavioral Neuroscience, Department of Psychology, University of South Carolina

Identification of dopamine D1-alpha receptor in the nucleus accumbens is critical for clarifying D1 receptor dysfunction during a central nervous system disease. We performed a novel RNA in situ hybridization assay to visualize single RNA molecules in a specific brain area.

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