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Psychosocial stress is associated with in vivo dopamine release in human ventromedial prefrontal cortex : a positron emission tomography study using [<sup>18</sup>F]fallypride

Psychosocial stress is associated with in vivo dopamine release in human ventromedial prefrontal cortex : a positron emission tomography study using [18F]fallypride

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LATASTER, Johan, Dina COLLIP, Jenny CECCARINI, David HAAS, Linda BOOIJ, Jim VAN OS, Jens PRUESSNER, Koen VAN LAERE, Inez MYIN-GERMEYS, 2011. Psychosocial stress is associated with in vivo dopamine release in human ventromedial prefrontal cortex : a positron emission tomography study using [18F]fallypride. In: NeuroImage. 58(4), pp. 1081-1089. ISSN 1053-8119. eISSN 1095-9572

@article{Lataster2011-10Psych-38438, title={Psychosocial stress is associated with in vivo dopamine release in human ventromedial prefrontal cortex : a positron emission tomography study using [18F]fallypride}, year={2011}, doi={10.1016/j.neuroimage.2011.07.030}, number={4}, volume={58}, issn={1053-8119}, journal={NeuroImage}, pages={1081--1089}, author={Lataster, Johan and Collip, Dina and Ceccarini, Jenny and Haas, David and Booij, Linda and van Os, Jim and Pruessner, Jens and Van Laere, Koen and Myin-Germeys, Inez} }

Ceccarini, Jenny eng Collip, Dina 2011-10 Psychosocial stress is associated with in vivo dopamine release in human ventromedial prefrontal cortex : a positron emission tomography study using [<sup>18</sup>F]fallypride Myin-Germeys, Inez Van Laere, Koen van Os, Jim Haas, David Booij, Linda Pruessner, Jens 2017-04-07T11:03:13Z Pruessner, Jens Booij, Linda Haas, David van Os, Jim Ceccarini, Jenny Lataster, Johan Collip, Dina 2017-04-07T11:03:13Z Rodent studies suggest that prefrontal dopamine neurotransmission plays an important role in the neural processing of psychosocial stress. Human studies investigating stress-induced changes in dopamine levels, however, have focused solely on striatal dopamine transmission. The aim of this study was to investigate in vivo dopamine release in the human prefrontal cortex in response to a psychosocial stress challenge, using the highly selective dopamine D₂/₃ PET radioligand [¹⁸F]fallypride in healthy subjects. Twelve healthy subjects (age (y): 39.8; SD=15.8) underwent a single dynamic Positron Emission Tomography (PET) scanning session after intravenous administration of 185.2 (SD=10.2) MBq [¹⁸F]fallypride. Psychosocial stress was initiated at 100 min postinjection. PET data were analyzed using the linearized simplified reference region model (LSRRM), which accounts for time-dependent changes in [¹⁸F]fallypride displacement. Voxel-based statistical maps, representing specific D₂/₃ binding changes, were computed to localize areas with increased ligand displacement after task initiation, reflecting dopamine release. The psychosocial stress challenge induced detectable amounts of dopamine release throughout the prefrontal cortex, with dopaminergic activity in bilateral ventromedial prefrontal cortex being associated with subjectively rated experiences of psychosocial stress. The novel finding that a mild psychosocial stress in humans induces increased levels of endogenous dopamine in the PFC indicates that the dynamics of the dopamine-related stress response cannot be interpreted by focusing on mesolimbic brain regions alone. Van Laere, Koen Lataster, Johan Myin-Germeys, Inez

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