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1978) and of the latter type LY-141865 (Tsuruta et al. 1981). Availability of selective drugs for clinical use should help to elucidate the physiological role of the different receptor types, and their involvement in the pathology of degenerative diseases. evidence relating to dopaminergic receptors is indirect. Observations are generally made on tissues that bind, specifically, to substances that are active at dopaminergic receptors, as agonists or antagonists; it is inferred that these specific binding sites represent dopaminergic receptors.
However, without doubleblind comparisons it is not possible to draw valid conclusions. Conclusions 1. In Parkinson's disease, not only is there a degeneration of nigrostriatal dopaminergic neurons, but significant changes also occur in striatal dopaminergic receptors. 2. There is evidence of a loss of striatal 03 receptors in Parkinson's disease. 3. There seem to be at least two subgroups of parkinsonian patients with regard to the behaviour of striatal 02 receptors: (a) those with a loss of 02 receptors; and (b) those with an increase in the number of 02 receptors.