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In nematode worms, the length of the male refractory period–the time between matings–is regulated by multiple transmitters including dopamine, which both promotes ejaculation and reduces the activity of males post-copulation.
Brigitte LeBoeuf, Paola Correa, Changhoon Jee, L René García
10.7554/eLife.02938
For mice, knowing when it is time to feed is dependent on the neurotransmitter dopamine and the D1R receptor of neurons in the dorsal striatum.
Christian M Gallardo, Martin Darvas, Mia Oviatt, Chris H Chang, Mateusz Michalik, Timothy F Huddy, Emily E Meyer, Scott A Shuster, Antonio Aguayo, Elizabeth M Hill, Karun Kiani, Jonathan Ikpeazu, Johan S Martinez, Mari Purpura, Andrea N Smit, Danica F Patton, Ralph E Mistlberger, Richard D Palmiter, Andrew D Steele
10.7554/eLife.03781

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