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SIGGINS, G. , HOFFER, B. , and BLOOM, F. , 1971a, Studies on norepinephrine-containing afferents to Purkin je cells of rat cerebellum. II I. Evidence for mediation of norepinephrine effects by cyclic 3', 5'-adenosine monophosphate, Brain Res. 25:535-553. SIGGINS, G. , HOFFER, B. , and BLOOM, F. , 1971b, Prostaglandin-norepinephrine interactions in brain: Microelectrophoretic and histochemical correlates, Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci. 180:302-323. SIGGINS, G. , OLIVER, A. , HOFFER, B. , and BLOOM, F. , 1971c, Cyclic adenosine monophosphate and norepinephrine: Effects on transmembrane properties of cerebellar Purkinje cells, Science 171:192.

And PHILLIS, J. , 1973a, Evidence against cyclic AMP mediation of noradrenaline depression of cerebral cortical neurons, Brain Res. 60:411-421. , YARBOROUGH, G. , and PHILLIS, J. , 1973b, Effects of ethanol on cerebral cortical neurons: Interactions with some putative transmitters, J. Pharm. Pharmacol. %5:582-584. LANDIS, S. , and BLOOM, F. , 1974, Fluorescence and electron microscopic analysis of catecholamine-containing fibers in mutant mouse cerebellum, Anal. Rec. 178:398. LENN, N. , 1967, Localization of uptake of tritiated norepinephrine by rat brain in vivo and in vitro using electron microscopy, Am.

Diagram of two possible mechanisms for feedback influencing and regulating central monoamine transmission. One mechanism could involve a nervous feedback which via the postsynaptic neuron B and a postulated chain of unknown neurone (C) finally ends by a synapse (S,) on the monoamine nerve cell body (A). Another mechanism could involve a local chemical feedback at the monoamine synapse (S,). , prostaglandin, which is released from the postsynaptic membrane on its activation membrane, blocking the nervous impulse-induced release of the monoamine.

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