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Our results suggest that SPS can reproduce behavioral alteration similar to that observed in patients with PTSD, and this elevated fear response can be alleviated by the chronic administration of PRX at doses producing clinically relevant serum concentrations.
Compared to Fischer, Lewis rats are less sensitive to alcohol’s aversive effects as assessed in the CTA paradigm. The behavioral differences observed are not due to hypothermia, but pharmacokinetic differences may contribute. These data underscore the importance of genetic factors and the...
The present data indicate that 5-HT neurotransmission to the mPFC and Amyg is involved in inhibitory control over responses to discriminated stimuli associated with the go/no-go paradigm common to both tests. In contrast, 5-HT neurotransmission to the OFC is especially involved in additional...
α7 nicotinic receptor knockout mice are impaired in performance of the 5-CSRTT, suggesting a possible role for α7 receptors in attentional processing. However, identification of a protocol for assessing attention-enhancing effects of nicotine in mice may require further modifications of test...
These results with rats resembled those previously obtained for response-sequence learning in primates, rather than those previously reported for spatial learning in rats. Therefore, previous discrepancies in results for NMDA antagonists and opiate agonists across tasks probably were not a...
Results demonstrated that after consuming the alcohol beverage, subjects were less able to resist the first cigarette and initiated their smoking sessions sooner, and smoked more cigarettes compared to the placebo beverage. These findings have implications for smoking cessation in alcohol...
Using 123 I-ADAM SPECT, treatment with paroxetine 20 mg/day leads to more than 60% SERTocc on average in cerebral regions with known high SERT density. Data from this study do not support the existence of SERT availability differences between drug-free MDD patients and healthy volunteers....
Aripiprazole showed similar efficacy to olanzapine for long-term treatment of acutely psychotic and chronic, stable schizophrenia patients, with a lower liability for weight gain or increased lipid levels.
The data suggest that the ketamine model might be useful for studying altered pain sensitivity in schizophrenia. Moreover, the data suggest that modifications in μ opioid receptor binding contribute to this phenomenon.
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