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Zh Vyssh Nerv Deiat Im I P Pavlova. 1998 Mar-Apr;48(2):296-303.

[The striatum in the system of the central mechanisms of biorhythm control].

[Article in Russian]

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Medical Academy, Stavropol.

Abstract

Striatum as a primary oscillatory brain structure participates in organization of the short-period pharmacogenous rhythms (amphetamine-induced stereotypy and haloperidol catalepsy) and time course of forced swimming. This form of activity can be controlled by the functional connections of the striatum with suprachiasmatic hypothalamic nuclei and pineal gland.

PMID:
9644810
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