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Only long-term administration of FLX does not interfere with the homosexual behavior in male rats. The homosexual and the heterosexual experience facilitated the homosexual behavior on the control and experimental groups. We suggested that learning aspects related to sexual behavior are...
These data suggest that the relationship between stress and drug use may be nonmonotonic. The use of these inbred strains in genetic analysis of drug addiction may require reexamination.
These findings suggest that B/N doses greater than 8/2 mg provide minimal incremental value in terms of opioid blockade and withdrawal suppression.
The data suggest that the spatial learning and memory deficits induced by MDMA are long lasting, while the path integration deficits recover over time.
Decreased activity of central nAChRs has antidepressant-like effects in both the TST and FST and these effects are dependent on both β2 and α7 subunits. Therefore, compounds that decrease nAChR activity may be attractive new candidates for development as antidepressants in humans.
The filter analysis method was shown to correlate with more traditional methods of estimating nicotine uptake. However, because filter analysis is less complicated and intrusive, subjects can collect samples easily and unsupervised. This should enable improvements in study compliance and future...
These data suggest that guanfacine can decrease neuronal activity in the caudate while increasing frontal cortex activity. This ability to change neuronal activity in specific areas of rat brain that are known to be impaired in ADHD (Solanto MV, Behav Brain Res 130:65–71, 2002) may contribute...
These results illustrate that (1) GRP system(s) can significantly affect the expression of learned fear, (2) some of the relevant brain sites mediating these effects include the PrL, IL and the CeA, and (3) such effects may be dependent upon whether responses were evoked by environmental...
The results suggest that both 5-HT 2A and D 1 receptors, but not D 2 receptors, are involved in d -amphetamine’s effect on timing behavior in the free-operant psychophysical procedure. DOI’s effect on timing is mediated by 5-HT 2A receptors, but neither D 1 nor D 2 receptors are involved in...
While the prevailing view was that the activation of 5-HT 2 receptors is solely responsible for hallucinogenic drug effects, these results support a role for 5-HT 1A receptors in the effects of the indoleamine hallucinogen 5-MeO-DMT on locomotor activity and PPI in rats.
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