Preferential involvement of D3 versus D2 dopamine receptors in the effects of dopamine receptor ligands on oral ethanol self-administration in rats

@article{Cohen1998PreferentialIO,
  title={Preferential involvement of D3 versus D2 dopamine receptors in the effects of dopamine receptor ligands on oral ethanol self-administration in rats},
  author={C. Cohen and G. Perrault and D. Sanger},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={1998},
  volume={140},
  pages={478-485}
}
Abstract There is evidence that dopamine transmission is involved in reinforcement processes and the present study investigated the relative involvement of D3 versus D2 dopamine receptors in the effects of dopamine ligands on the reinforcing action of ethanol. Rats were trained to self-administer ethanol (10% v/v) orally in a free-choice two-lever operant task using a saccharin-fading procedure. When preference in responding for ethanol over water had developed the rats were tested with several… Expand
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