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Concept Central Nervous System Stimulants
Academic Article Methamphetamine-induced sensitization includes a functional upregulation of ventral pallidal 5-HT2A/2C receptors.
Academic Article Methamphetamine and HIV-1 Tat down regulate ß-catenin signaling: implications for methampetamine abuse and HIV-1 co-morbidity.
Academic Article Using conditioned place preference to identify relapse prevention medications.
Academic Article Administration of GABA(B) receptor positive allosteric modulators inhibit the expression of previously established methamphetamine-induced conditioned place preference.
Academic Article Brain region-selective cellular redistribution of mGlu5 but not GABA(B) receptors following methamphetamine-induced associative learning.
Academic Article Repeated mirtazapine nullifies the maintenance of previously established methamphetamine-induced conditioned place preference in rats.
Academic Article Effect of fendiline on the maintenance and expression of methamphetamine-induced conditioned place preference in Sprague-Dawley rats.
Academic Article Cellular distribution of AMPA receptor subunits and mGlu5 following acute and repeated administration of morphine or methamphetamine.
Academic Article Mirtazapine, and mirtazapine-like compounds as possible pharmacotherapy for substance abuse disorders: evidence from the bench and the bedside.
Academic Article SB 206553, a putative 5-HT2C inverse agonist, attenuates methamphetamine-seeking in rats.
Academic Article Mirtazapine treatment after conditioning with methamphetamine alters subsequent expression of place preference.
Academic Article The neural substrates of amphetamine conditioned place preference: implications for the formation of conditioned stimulus-reward associations.
Academic Article mGluR5 is necessary for maintenance of methamphetamine-induced associative learning.

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