E. Pommier

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Amyloid P component (AP), a plasma constituent normally not found in brain parenchyma, has been immunohistochemically determined in brains from patients with Alzheimer's disease (AD). Tissue came from 11 clinically diagnosed and neuropathologically verified AD patients and from 6 normal aged controls. Positive labeling for AP was observed in amyloidotic(More)
The recent and precipitous increase in opioid analgesic abuse and overdose has inspired investigation of the dopamine D3 receptor (D3R) as a target for therapeutic intervention. Metabolic instability or predicted toxicity has precluded successful translation of previously reported D3R-selective antagonists to clinical use for cocaine abuse. Herein, we(More)
The dopamine D3 receptor (D3R) is a promising target for the development of pharmacotherapeutics to treat substance use disorders. Several D3R-selective antagonists are effective in animal models of drug abuse, especially in models of relapse. Nevertheless, poor bioavailability, metabolic instability, and/or predicted toxicity have impeded success in(More)
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