Cannabinoid use is known to disrupt learning and memory in a number of species. cholecystokinin (CCK) release and CCK receptors have been implicated in spatial memory processes in rodents. Rat hippocampal CCK interneurons express cannabinoid 1 receptors (CB1). The CB1 agonist R (+)WIN 55,212–2 (WIN+), at 1 and 10 μmol, strongly inhibited potassium-evoked CCK release from rat hippocampal slices, while the inactive isomer S (−)WIN,55,212–3 (WIN−) had no effect. CCK release from cerebral cortical slices was not altered by WIN+.
Neuroscience Letters – Elsevier
Published: Mar 23, 2001
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