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Effects of ceruletide on perioral movements and the dopamine receptor-adenylate cyclase system in rats chronically treated with fluphenazine

Abstract

The effects of repeated administration of ceruletide (100 µg/kg/perday, IP for 3 days) on perioral movements and the striatal dopamine receptor adenylate cyclase system were examined in rats chronically treated with fluphenazine enanthate (FPZ) (25 mg/kg IM every 3 weeks for 30 weeks) and sesame oil-treated (control) rats. After the tenth injection of fluphenazine, the rats started to display five types of perioral movements (teeth chattering, chewing, tongue protrusion, mouth opening and perioral tremors). Moreover, increases in SCH23390 binding and spiperone binding to striatal membranes were found in the FPZ-treated rats. Furthermore, dopamine receptor-coupled adenylate cyclase activity was potentiated in striatal membranes. High amplitude EMG discharges (8–10 Hz), recorded from the masseter in the FPZ-treated rats occurred concurrently with perioral tremors. Repeated ceruletide (CLT) injections abolished perioral movements, and reversed both the elevated SCH23390 binding and the dopamine stimulated adenylate cyclase (AC) activity to the control level. The effect of CLT on perioral movements, D1 receptors and dopamine-stimulated AC activity continued for 6 days after the final CLT injection. These finding suggest that systemically administered CLT affects the D1 receptor adenylate cyclase system and that an increase of the D1 receptor mechanism may play an important role in the pathogenesis of tardive dyskinesia.

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Ashizawa, T., Saito, T. & Takahata, N. Effects of ceruletide on perioral movements and the dopamine receptor-adenylate cyclase system in rats chronically treated with fluphenazine. Psychopharmacology 125, 185–194 (1996). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02247327

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Key words

  • Ceruletide
  • Tardive dyskinesia
  • Chronic fluphenazine
  • D1 receptor
  • Adenylate cyclase