Sucrose intake enhances behavioral sensitization produced by cocaine.

  title={Sucrose intake enhances behavioral sensitization produced by cocaine.},
  author={Blake A. Gosnell},
  journal={Brain research},
  volume={1031 2},
Many studies have reported relationships between the intake or preference for sweets and the effects or self-administration of drugs of abuse. This study was conducted to determine whether intermittent access to sucrose would alter the activity response to an injection of cocaine (15 mg/kg, i.p.) or the degree to which repeated cocaine injections produce behavioral sensitization. Nondeprived rats were given 1 h access to granulated sucrose, ground chow, or alternating sucrose and chow for 38… CONTINUE READING
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