Long T methamphetamine schedules produce circadian ensuing drug activity in rats

@inproceedings{Pecoraroa2004LongTM,
  title={Long T methamphetamine schedules produce circadian ensuing drug activity in rats},
  author={Nonnan Pecoraroa and Ann E. K. Kosobuda and George V. Rebeca and William and Timberlakea},
  year={2004}
}
  • Nonnan Pecoraroa, Ann E. K. Kosobuda, +2 authors Timberlakea
  • Published 2004
Eight female SpragueDawley rats were housed in isolated continuous 24-h/day environments under conditions of constant dim light and a rate-Iimited feeding schedule. Following 2 months of free-running activity, all animals were administered methamphetamine (MA) i.p. (2 mg/kg) once every 31 h for 24 injection cycles. Average wave forms of wheel-running activity showed that animals did not anticipate the 31h schedule of MA injections, but rather displayed circadian ensuing drug activity (CEDA… CONTINUE READING
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