Dopamine receptors in a songbird brain.
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Roy, Suva; Field, Greg D (Journal of pharmacological sciences, 2019-05-04)Neuromodulators such as dopamine, enable context-dependent plasticity of neural circuit function throughout the central nervous system. For example, in the retina, dopamine tunes visual processing for daylight and nightlight ...
Identification of dopamine receptors across the extant avian family tree and analysis with other clades uncovers a polyploid expansion among vertebrates. Haug-Baltzell, Asher; Jarvis, Erich D; McCarthy, Fiona M; Lyons, Eric (Front Neurosci, 2015)Dopamine is an important central nervous system transmitter that functions through two classes of receptors (D1 and D2) to influence a diverse range of biological processes in vertebrates. With roles in regulating neural ...
Wong, Chloe Chung Yi; Caspi, Avshalom; Williams, Benjamin; Craig, Ian W; Houts, Renate; Ambler, Antony; Moffitt, Terrie E; ... (8 authors) (Epigenetics, 2010-08-16)DNA methylation is a key epigenetic mechanism involved in the developmental regulation of gene expression. Alterations in DNA methylation are established contributors to inter-individual phenotypic variation and have been ...