Cocaine cross-sensitization to dopamine uptake inhibitors: unique effects of GBR12909.

@article{Elmer1996CocaineCT,
  title={Cocaine cross-sensitization to dopamine uptake inhibitors: unique effects of GBR12909.},
  author={G I Elmer and Alicia Brockington and David Alan Gorelick and F I Carrol and Kenner C. Rice and Dorota Matecka and Steven R. Goldberg and Richard B. Rothman},
  journal={Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior},
  year={1996},
  volume={53 4},
  pages={911-8}
}
Repeated administration of cocaine will cross-sensitize the locomotor response to a variety of psychomotor stimulants. The ability of cocaine to cross-sensitize the locomotor effects of other psychomotor stimulants provides information relevant to the pharmacological mechanisms underlying the sensitization process. The purpose of the current experiment was to investigate the ability of cocaine to cross-sensitize the locomotor effects of several dopamine uptake blockers with unique… CONTINUE READING