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Academic Article Preexposure to cocaine attenuates aversions induced by both cocaine and fluoxetine: Implications for the basis of cocaine-induced conditioned taste aversions.
Academic Article The effects of the 5-HT3 receptor antagonist tropisetron on cocaine-induced conditioned taste aversions.
Academic Article The effects of haloperidol on cocaine-induced conditioned taste aversions.
Academic Article Dopamine mediates cocaine-induced conditioned taste aversions as demonstrated with cross-drug preexposure to GBR 12909.
Academic Article Eating high fat chow and the behavioral effects of direct-acting and indirect-acting dopamine receptor agonists in female rats.
Academic Article Eating high fat chow, but not drinking sucrose or saccharin, enhances the development of sensitization to the locomotor effects of cocaine in adolescent female rats.
Academic Article Directly Observable Behavioral Effects of Lorcaserin in Rats.
Academic Article Dietary supplementation with fish oil prevents high fat diet-induced enhancement of sensitivity to the locomotor stimulating effects of cocaine in adolescent female rats.
Academic Article Drinking sucrose or saccharin enhances sensitivity of rats to quinpirole-induced yawning.
Academic Article Characterization of the discriminative stimulus effects of lorcaserin in rats.
Academic Article Dietary supplementation with fish oil prevents high fat diet-induced enhancement of sensitivity to the behavioral effects of quinpirole.
Academic Article Sex differences in high fat diet-induced impairments to striatal Akt signaling and enhanced sensitivity to the behavioral effects of dopamine D2/D3 receptor agonist quinpirole.
Academic Article Possible role of norepinephrine in cocaine-induced conditioned taste aversions.
Concept Rats, Sprague-Dawley
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