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While most of the studies we read quantified D2R density, this article looks at dopamine transporter (DAT) density in the brains of various mouse models. Mice on the diet that induced obesity (cDIO) had increased DAT and lower D2R densities in the striatum as compared to obese resistant mice (cDR).

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