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Importance of D(1) receptors for associative components of amphetamine-induced behavioral sensitization and conditioned activity: a study using D(1) receptor knockout mice.
Effects of early methylphenidate exposure on morphine- and sucrose-reinforced behaviors in adult rats: relationship to dopamine D2 receptors.
Sex differences in methamphetamine seeking in rats: impact of oxytocin.
Repeated amphetamine treatment causes a persistent elevation of glial fibrillary acidic protein in the caudate-putamen.
Chronic modafinil effects on drug-seeking following methamphetamine self-administration in rats.
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Cocaine and methamphetamine induce opposing changes in BOLD signal response in rats.
Effects of oxytocin on methamphetamine-seeking exacerbated by predator odor pre-exposure in rats.
Failure to Recognize Novelty after Extended Methamphetamine Self-Administration Results from Loss of Long-Term Depression in the Perirhinal Cortex.
Methamphetamine self-administration modulates glutamate neurophysiology.
Oxytocin Reduces Cocaine Cued Fos Activation in a Regionally Specific Manner.
Chemogenetic activation of the perirhinal cortex reverses methamphetamine-induced memory deficits and reduces relapse.
Methamphetamine Self-Administration Elicits Sex-Related Changes in Postsynaptic Glutamate Transmission in the Prefrontal Cortex.