Khalil Rouibi

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Previous studies have shown that repeated central injections of neurotensin, or its active analog, D-Tyr([11])neurotensin, sensitize to the locomotor stimulant effect of amphetamine. The development of sensitization to amphetamine can be modulated by contextual stimuli associated with the drug and as a consequence the expression of sensitization becomes(More)
The present study was aimed at characterizing the mechanisms by which neurotensin (NT) is acting within the ventral midbrain to induce a psychostimulant-like effect. In a first experiment, we determine which subtype(s) of NT receptors is/are involved in the reward-inducing effect of ventral midbrain microinjection of NT using the conditioned(More)
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