Sanaz Amirabadi

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INTRODUCTION Inflammatory pain is a common sign of chronic diseases. Some brain regions such as locus coeruleus (LC) of the brainstem nor-epinephrine (NE) system have a key role in The mechanisms of the pain modulation and dependence. Bupropion synthesized as an antidepressant, but it is using for smoke cessation. It can change morphine withdrawal signs(More)
INTRODUCTION The most common interpretation for the mechanisms of antidepression is the increase of the brain monoamine levels such as dopamine (DA). The increase of DA can reduce depression but it can also decrease the monoamine release because of autoreceptor inhibition. Although bupropion can decrease the dopamine release, there is evidence about(More)
Considering that noradrenergic (NAE) neurons of the locus coeruleus (LC) play significant roles in the formation of biological rhythms, pain, addictions, and mood disorders, we tested the effects of acute intracerebroventricular microinfusions of bupropion, an inhibitor of NA reuptake used in clinics as an antidepressant, on background spike activity on LC(More)
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