Maybe it will soon be possible to confirm what happens to dopamine and dopamine receptor activity after orgasm and sexual satiety.
ALERT: Dopamine-based MRI Sensor could Revolutionize Conventional Brain Imaging
April 3, 2010
A team of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) neuroscientists has succeeded in developing a molecular-level functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), which responds to dopamine neurotransmitters, thereby enabling a more precise noninvasive brain imaging. The study results have been published in the online issue of the journal, Nature Biotechnology.