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Extended methamphetamine self-administration in rats results in a selective reduction of dopamine transporter levels in the prefrontal cortex and dorsal striatum not accompanied by marked monoaminergic depletion.
Amygdala mechanisms of Pavlovian psychostimulant conditioning and relapse.
Sex differences in methamphetamine seeking in rats: impact of oxytocin.
Cholinergic modulation of oral activity in drug-naive and chronic haloperidol-treated rats.
The neurocircuitry of addiction: an overview.
Extended methamphetamine self-administration enhances reinstatement of drug seeking and impairs novel object recognition in rats.
Chronic modafinil effects on drug-seeking following methamphetamine self-administration in rats.
A rodent "self-report" measure of methamphetamine craving? Rat ultrasonic vocalizations during methamphetamine self-administration, extinction, and reinstatement.
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Low frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation of the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex transiently increases cue-induced craving for methamphetamine: a preliminary study.
Cocaine and methamphetamine induce opposing changes in BOLD signal response in rats.
Failure to Recognize Novelty after Extended Methamphetamine Self-Administration Results from Loss of Long-Term Depression in the Perirhinal Cortex.
Oxytocin reduces cocaine seeking and reverses chronic cocaine-induced changes in glutamate receptor function.
Oxytocin Reduces Cocaine Cued Fos Activation in a Regionally Specific Manner.
Dysregulation of dopamine and glutamate release in the prefrontal cortex and nucleus accumbens following methamphetamine self-administration and during reinstatement in rats.