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Autoradiographic evidence that intrastriatal administration of adenosine A(1) receptor antisense oligodeoxynucleotide decreases adenosine A(1) receptors in the rat striatum and cortex.
Repeated cocaine administration alters the expression of genes in corticolimbic circuitry after a 3-week withdrawal: a DNA macroarray study.
Acute amphetamine down-regulates RGS4 mRNA and protein expression in rat forebrain: distinct roles of D1 and D2 dopamine receptors.
Relapse to cocaine-seeking increases activity-regulated gene expression differentially in the striatum and cerebral cortex of rats following short or long periods of abstinence.
Prodynorphin immunoreactivity is located in different neurons than proenkephalin immunoreactivity in the cerebral cortex of rats.
Neuropeptides and the epilepsies: current perspectives.
The distribution and morphology of opioid peptide immunoreactive neurons in the cerebral cortex of rats.
The organization of projections from the cortex, amygdala, and hypothalamus to the nucleus of the solitary tract in rat.
The effects of D1 or D2 dopamine receptor blockade on zif/268 and preprodynorphin gene expression in rat forebrain following a short-term cocaine binge.
Changes of proenkephalin and prodynorphin mRNAs and related peptides in rat brain during the development of deep prepyriform cortex kindling.
Visceral cortex: a direct connection from prefrontal cortex to the solitary nucleus in rat.
Cocaine self-administration causes signaling deficits in corticostriatal circuitry that are reversed by BDNF in early withdrawal.
Biphasic effect of abstinence duration following cocaine self-administration on spine morphology and plasticity-related proteins in prelimbic cortical neurons projecting to the nucleus accumbens core.