Mescaline elicits behavioral effects in cats by an
action at both serotonin and dopamine receptors

Trulson ME, Crisp T, Henderson LJ.
Eur J Pharmacol. 1983 Dec 9;96(1-2):151-4


The characteristic behavioral effects of mescaline in cats were nearly completely blocked by pretreatment with low doses of either a specific serotonin antagonist (methysergide) or a dopamine specific antagonist (haloperidol). These blocking effects were not due to non-specific actions, since methysergide did not block the behavioral effects of apomorphine, and haloperidol did not block the behavioral effects of 5-methoxy-N,N-dimethyltryptamine. Thus, it appears that the behavioral effects of mescaline are dependent upon the simultaneous action of the drug at both serotonin and dopamine receptors.

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