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The role of dopaminergic midbrain in early. Marcello D'Amelio - 22/05/20
22 Maggio, ore 14:00
(Università Campus Biomedico di Roma)
"The role of dopaminergic midbrain in early stages of Alzheimer’s Disease...
From traumatic childhood to cocaine abuse: the critical function of the immune system
Predictable stress promotes place preference and low mesoaccumbens dopamine response.
Genetic susceptibility of mesocortical dopamine to stress determines liability to inhibition of mesoaccumbens dopamine and to behavioral 'despair' in a mouse model of depression
Dopamine in the medial prefrontal cortex controls genotype-dependent effects of amphetamine on mesoaccumbens dopamine release and locomotion
Object recognition impairment in Fmr1 knockout mice is reversed by amphetamine: involvement of dopamine in the medial prefrontal cortex.
In vivo evidence that genetic background controls impulse-dependent dopamine release induced by amphetamine in the nucleus accumbens
Prefrontal cortical norepinephrine release is critical for morphine-induced reward, reinstatement and dopamine release in the nucleus accumbens
Environment makes amphetamine-induced dopamine release in the nucleus Accumbens totally impulse-dependent
Dopamine beta-hydroxylase knockout mice have alterations in dopamine signaling and are hypersensitive to cocaine
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