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stri·a·tal

(strī-ā'tăl),
Relating to the corpus striatum.

striatal

[strī·ā′təl, strī′ətəl]
Etymology: L, striatus, striped
pertaining to the corpus striatum.

striatal

(strī-ā′tăl) [L. striatus, striped]
Concerning the corpus striatum.
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The key finding of the study was that frequent cannabis-using boys displayed striatal hyperactivity during anticipatory components of reward processing, whereas no such effect was found on processing of reward outcome.
The NeuroStemCell project is targeting the identification and systematic comparison of progenitor cell lines with the most favorable characteristics for mesDA and striatal GABAergic neuronal differentiation.
It could also be argued that the total striatal volume data for NT-3 is close to statistical significance (Table 2) and may have achieved significance if more animals had been studied or a longer survival time had been used.
Neurochemical mechanisms induced by high frequency stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus: increase of extracellular striatal glutamate and GABA in normal and hemiparkinsonian rats.
In order to implement this segmentation of striatal brain structures from high resolution PET images efficiently, VB.
Semi-chronic increase in striatal level of 3,4-dihydroxyphenylacetaldehyde does not result in alteration of nigrostriatal dopaminergic neurones.
From this sample of 89 subjects, 77 subjects also completed striatal DAT PET imaging (mean age 61.
It could be habit forming: Drugs of abuse and striatal synaptic plasticity.
In contrast, the relationship between OCD and HD has been little-investigated, despite the fact that both diseases are associated with striatal dysfunction (30) and that the number of case reports of obsessive-compulsive symptoms either preceding the clinical onset of HD or during later stages of the disease is increasing (31).
Neuroprotective effects of alpha-tocopherol on oxidative stress in rat striatal cultures.
The results of current study suggest that 3NP administration equally affects the mitochondrial respiration in the striatum and cerebellum of young animals; however, in the aged animals the striatal respiratory rate is more vulnerable to inhibition by 3NP than the cerebellum.
3]H]PE2I binding assay was performed as follows: 150 [micro]L of the suspension of striatal membranes (33 pg wet tissue in standard assay), 100 [micro]L of [[sup.