Task-dependent effects of intra-amygdala morphine injections: attenuation by intra-amygdala glucose injections.

@article{Ragozzino1994TaskdependentEO,
  title={Task-dependent effects of intra-amygdala morphine injections: attenuation by intra-amygdala glucose injections.},
  author={Michael E. Ragozzino and Paul E Gold},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={1994},
  volume={14 12},
  pages={
          7478-85
        }
}
Intraseptal injections of morphine impair learning and memory in rats, and these impairments are reversed by intraseptal injections of glucose. With evidence that injections of morphine into the amygdala also impair memory for some tasks, the present experiment determined whether (1) intra-amygdala morphine injections impair performance in inhibitory avoidance and spontaneous alternation tasks, and (2) intra-amygdala glucose injections attenuate the effects of intra-amygdala morphine injections… CONTINUE READING

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