l-Prolyl-l-leucyl-glycinamide and its peptidomimetic analog 3(R)-[(2(S)-pyrrolidylcarbonyl)amino]-2-oxo-1-pyrrolidineacetamide (PAOPA) attenuate haloperidol-induced c-fos expression in the striatum☆ Academic Article uri icon

  •  
  • Overview
  •  
  • Research
  •  
  • Identity
  •  
  • Additional Document Info
  •  
  • View All
  •  

abstract

  • Acute treatment of rats with haloperidol results in a rapid and transient increase in striatal c-fos mRNA and Fos immunoreactivity. The induction of immediate early genes by haloperidol may be involved in the development of extrapyramidal side effects. L-Prolyl-L-leucyl-glycinamide (PLG, or MIF-1) has been observed to antagonize the development of haloperidol-induced D(2) receptor supersensitivity in rats. We investigated the modulatory effects of PLG on haloperidol-induced c-fos and Fos protein expression in the rat striatum. We report that coadministration of either PLG or the potent analog of PLG, 3(R)-[(2(S)-pyrrolidylcarbonyl)amino]-2-oxo-1-pyrrolidineacetam ide (PAOPA), attenuated haloperidol-induced c-fos and Fos expression. Haloperidol induced [2 mg/kg, intraperitoneally (i.p.)] c-fos and Fos expression by 500% and 100%, respectively. These responses were attenuated by 170% and 75%, respectively, when coadministered with PLG (20 mg/kg, i.p.) or by 79% by PAOPA (10 microg/kg, i.p.).

authors

  • Ott, Michael C
  • Costain, Willard J
  • Mishra, Ram
  • Johnson, Rodney L

publication date

  • February 2000

has subject area