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Changes In Brain Monoamines

Adjusting Beta (B-Down-Regulation) Zees et al in 1997, comparing the effects in mice undergoing TMS, DEC and control group showed that the production of cyclic AMP in brain sections was depressed in groups of TMS and DEC, the DEC more important.

In contrast, the group that received TMS showed no change in general behavior, particularly without cataplexy and without profound analgesia that was seen in the group of DEC for at least 60 minutes after stimulation. Find The Truth: http://www.reviewlization.com/page/2/

Changes in brain monoamines: Well-Shaker et al in 1997 reported a study which mice received TMS (2.3 T, 50 stimuli, 25 Hz) TMS and placebo (control group) after 10 seconds, they were sacrificed and their brains dissected and analyzed.

The significantly increased dopamine concentration in the striatum and hippocampus of TMS in the group, but decreased in the frontal cortex, whereas the concentrations of serotonin and 5-HIAA in the hippocampus increased only after TMS.

The control group showed no change. Such findings are similar to those obtained in mice DEC.

The monoamines, especially serotonin and noradrenalin play an important role in the biochemical events related to depression, such as in mice subjected to DEC.

Changes in the binding site of the 5-HT1A receptors and NMDA Kale et al in 1999, studied three groups of animals that were subjected to different paradigms:

Sham TMS, TMS applications with 60 to 20 Hz for 3 seconds each application, and control group.


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