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corpus striatum

[′kȯr·pəs ‚strī′ād·əm]
(anatomy)
The caudate and lenticular nuclei, together with the internal capsule which separates them.
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"For instance, we have found that the risk for psychotic disorders involves increased activation in the striatum for positive feedback, and negative feedback involves decreased activation in the same subregion of the brain," he added.
Ibotenic acid lesions of the striatum reduce drug-induced rotation in the 6-hydroxydopamine-lesioned rat.
For Syp, a homogeneous and general increase was observed in the striatum with dopaminergic denervation (Figure 3a).
Like the dorsal striatum (i.e., CAU and PUT), the bilateral GP showed widespread positive correlations with entire cortical areas.
The accumulation of (-)-[[sup.11]C]MABV (3) in the striatum, the cortex, the hippocampus, and the cerebellum in mice 45 min after injection was 8.10, 3.99, 3.58, and 1.05 %ID/g, although the binding affinity (Ki) of (-)-[[sup.11]C]MABV (3) to VAChT and [[sigma].sub.1] and [[sigma].sub.2] receptors was not reported.
Rats that made more than 20 contralateral (to the left) turns during a 5 min period between 15 and 20 min after the apomorphine injection, indicating a lack of dopaminergic function in the striatum, were considered to be a model of PD and were included in the present study.
Membrane Translocation of PKC Isoforms in the Hippocampus, Prefrontal Cortex, and Striatum of the T1DM Mice.
The findings show the striatum was more strongly activated in female brains during "pro-social" decisions than during selfish decisions.
'Drug and alcohol addicts have been shown to have both reduced activity in the ventral striatum and altered dopamine levels.
The team discovered that the volume of the striatum was linked to how one dealt with uncertainty.
They found the volume of the striatum was significantly associated with intolerance of uncertainty.
striatum colonizes the skin and mucous membranes of both healthy people and hospitalized patients [4].