effect of methamphetamine neurotoxicity on learning-inducedarc mRNA expression in identified striatal efferent neurons

Abstract

Methamphetamine abuse results in lasting, partial depletions of striatal dopamine and cognitive dysfunction. However, the effect of partial dopamine depletions on the expression of an effector immediate early gene,Arc (activity regulated, cytoskeletal-associated protein), known to be involved in synaptic modifications underlying learning and memory, has… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF03033855

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