Morphine withdrawal increases expression of GABA(A) receptor epsilon subunit mRNA in locus coeruleus neurons.

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An increase in the activity of brain stem locus coeruleus noradrenergic neurons has been hypothesised to be a major factor accounting for opiate withdrawal symptoms. These neurons are under GABAergic inhibition. Their GABA(A) receptors have unique pharmacological properties, most likely due to the enriched expression of GABA(A) receptor subtypes containing… (More)

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