Jonathan J. Cunningham

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In the developing nervous system, cell death is an important component of refining axonal projections. In the developing rat inferior olive, previous studies have demonstrated cell death as temporally incongruent with both initial axon-target interactions and subsequent axon collateral regression. Furthermore, these studies identified a late rise in neuron(More)
L-type Ca2+ channels (LTCC) and GABAB receptors are both possible targets in the development of new pharmacological compounds for cocaine addiction. Drugs that target either receptor attenuate a wide range of cocaine-seeking behaviors in the rat. However, there is no current human-approved pharmacotherapeutic intervention for psychostimulant addiction. This(More)
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