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Such rats exhibit several characteristics resembling symptoms of ADHD, most notably, motor hyperactivity that occurs selectively during the periadolescent period, and can be dose-dependently antagonized by psychostimulants. A major recent discovery from our laboratory is that the locomotor hyperactivity associated with neonatal dopamine (DA) lesioning was reversed in dose-dependent manner by a highly selective DA D4 receptor antagonist (CP-293,019), and worsened by a D4 agonist (CP-226,269). These findings accord with a repeatedly reported genetic association of D4 receptor alleles and ADHD, and implicate D4 receptors as attractive targets for innovative treatments for ADHD.
We find that AMPH-mediated outward transport of DA requires protein kinase C (PKC) activity and intracellular Ca2+. Direct PKC activation mimics the releasing activity of AMPH. The substrate for the PKC phosphorylation could be the DA transporter itself since both AMPH and PKC activators elicit phosphorylation of DAT. The focus of this proposal is to elucidate the mechanism by which PKC exerts its effects on DA outward transport. The hypothesis to be tested is that AMPH transport activates PKC which elicits a phosphorylation of DAT that, in turn, enhances outward transport.
Acute PCP is known to increase DA turnover in most terminal regions of the mesocortical and mesolimbic pathways, with the olfactory tubercle and piriform cortex being the most sensitive. I. postulates that behavioral sensitization is associated with an altered DA release in the mesolimbic cortex and that the selective vulnerability of the olfactory tubercle and piriform region is due to both upregulated NMDA receptors in this region and to the neurotoxic effects of DA. I. postulates that these two forms of toxicity can be distinguished pharmacologically.