In article <1992Dec26.013818.8234 at ringer.cs.utsa.edu>
senseman at lucy.brainlab.utsa.edu (David M. Senseman) writes:
> Haloperidol is a rather "old" dopamine blocker (=antagonist).
> As I understand it, it doesn't differentiate between D1 and D2
> receptors and in certain systems atleast, it has cross reactivity
> with serotonin.
>> The reason I'm asking? We recently did some experiments in which
> Haloperidol reduced a rather interesting neuophysiological process
> (maybe you'll read about it in Science? :-) Anyway, I would
> appreciate any info on Halperidol that the wizards on
> care to share.
>> Thanks. (and Merry Christmas :-)
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Work at the University of Saskatchewan has suggested that survival of
hypoxic neurons is compromised by Haloperidol. What was the process..?
University of Alberta