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These results demonstrate the broad preclinical efficacy of LY404039 across multiple animal models of antipsychotic and anxiolytic efficacy. Additionally, this compound modulates mesocortical neurotransmission and provides a novel mechanism for the treatment of psychiatric disorders that may be...
Our data suggest that neural apoptotic damage could contribute to impairment of the cognitive abilities of mice observed after chronic methadone administration and withdrawal.
These findings demonstrate that reduced serotonin synthesis can produce increased impulsivity even among non-impulsive normal controls, and that the behavioral effects of alcohol are, in part, dependent on this biological state.
These data raise the issue of the influence of such compounds on sensorimotor gating in humans.
The amphetamine isomers produce different BOLD responses in brain areas related to cognition, pleasure, pain processing and motor control probably because of variations on brain amine systems such as dopamine and noradrenaline. The isomers may, therefore, have distinct actions on brain regions...
Heterozygous deletion of DAT attenuates the locomotor effects of MAP and may play larger role in behavioral responses to MAP compared to heterozygous deletion of VMAT2.
In both cortical and sub-cortical regions, the neural response associated with processing emotional faces is significantly modulated by 5HT manipulation resulting from ATD. Moreover, in certain areas, this effect of 5HT depends on the emotional valence of the stimulus.
Overall, S 18986 emerges as having a beneficial impact on contextual memory processes in middle-aged mice.
These findings suggest the involvement of opioid and 5-HT 1A receptors in the antinociceptive effect of tramadol and support the idea that the combination of tramadol with compounds having 5-HT 1A antagonist properties could be a new strategy to improve tramadol-induced analgesia in neuropathic...
The effects of SR141716A on consumption of Intralipid solutions are likely to reflect changes in motivational state rather than modified hedonic impact.
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