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Quantitative trait loci mapping of three loci controlling morphine preference using inbred mouse strains
Quantitative trait loci mapping was used to identify the chromosomal location of genes which contribute to oral morphine preference (in a two–bottle choice paradigm) of C57BL/6J mice, compared toExpand
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Drug Discovery and Evaluation
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Determinants of the Voluntary Consumption of Nicotine by Rats
The 2-bottle free-choice method was used to study the voluntary consumption of nicotine by rats. Rats consumed nicotine voluntarily at different, albeit quite consistent, amounts. Voluntary intakesExpand
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Effect of arginine administration on plasma and brain levels of arginine and various related amino compounds in the rat.
Arginine (ARG) was injected (0.8 g/kg, i.p.) into rats and levels of ARG were determined in plasma and four brain areas in the morning and afternoon. In control rats, brain values for ARG and someExpand
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Individual self-administration of nicotine by rats
  • M. Dadmarz, W. Vogel
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior
  • 1 December 2003
Self-administration (SA) of nicotine (N) was studied in 20 male and 19 female N:NIH rats using the two-bottle method. The experimental protocol consisted of seven consecutive periods each lasting 6Expand
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Plasma norepinephrine, epinephrine and corticosterone stress responses to restraint in individual male and female rats, and their correlations
Norepinephrine (NE), epinephrine (E), and corticosterone (C) levels were determined in the same male and female rats before and during a 30-min period of restraint. Individual values were comparedExpand
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In vivo microdialysis study of brain ethanol concentrations in rats following oral self-administration.
Using intracerebral microdialysis, the time-course of ethanol absorption was determined in the striatum of rats after oral self-administration of an ethanol solution. Microdialysis samples wereExpand
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Effects of selective serotonergic agonists on aggressive behavior in rats
The effects of the relatively specific serotonergic agonists 8-OH-DPAT (5-HT1A), TFMPP (5-HT1B), and DOB (5-HT2) were studied on defensive aggressive behavior in rats using the water competitionExpand
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Medical students' cognitive appraisal of stressful life events as related to personality, physical well-being, and academic performance: a longitudinal study ☆
Abstract This longitudinal study was designed to test three hypotheses that medical students who can cope better with adversity would: (1) have a more positive personality profile, (2) report lessExpand
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