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Concept Central Nervous System Stimulants
Academic Article Metabotropic glutamate receptors are necessary for sensitization by amphetamine.
Academic Article Predisposition to self-administer amphetamine: the contribution of response to novelty and prior exposure to the drug.
Academic Article Group II, but not group I, metabotropic glutamate receptors in the rat nucleus accumbens contribute to amphetamine-induced locomotion.
Academic Article The metabotropic glutamate receptor antagonist (RS)-MCPG produces hyperlocomotion in amphetamine pre-exposed rats.
Academic Article The effect of previous exposure to amphetamine on drug-induced locomotion and self-administration of a low dose of the drug.
Academic Article Previous exposure to amphetamine enhances the subsequent locomotor response to a D1 dopamine receptor agonist when glutamate reuptake is inhibited.
Academic Article The mGlu2/3 receptor agonist LY379268 blocks the expression of locomotor sensitization by amphetamine.
Academic Article Microinjection of CART peptide 55-102 into the nucleus accumbens blocks amphetamine-induced locomotion.
Academic Article Blockade of D2 dopamine receptors in the VTA induces a long-lasting enhancement of the locomotor activating effects of amphetamine.
Academic Article Blockade of group II metabotropic glutamate receptors in the nucleus accumbens produces hyperlocomotion in rats previously exposed to amphetamine.
Academic Article A role for casein kinase 1 epsilon in the locomotor stimulant response to methamphetamine.
Academic Article Blockade of group II, but not group I, mGluRs in the rat nucleus accumbens inhibits the expression of conditioned hyperactivity in an amphetamine-associated environment.
Academic Article Inhibition of CaMKII in the nucleus accumbens shell decreases enhanced amphetamine intake in sensitized rats.
Academic Article Transient overexpression of alpha-Ca2+/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II in the nucleus accumbens shell enhances behavioral responding to amphetamine.
Academic Article Appetitive sensitization by amphetamine does not reduce its ability to produce conditioned taste aversion to saccharin.
Academic Article Sensitization, drug addiction and psychopathology in animals and humans.
Academic Article Previous exposure to delta9-tetrahydrocannibinol enhances locomotor responding to but not self-administration of amphetamine.
Academic Article Explaining the escalation of drug use in substance dependence: models and appropriate animal laboratory tests.
Academic Article Unpredictable saccharin reinforcement enhances locomotor responding to amphetamine.
Academic Article Induction of locomotor sensitization by amphetamine requires the activation of NMDA receptors in the rat ventral tegmental area.
Academic Article Sensitization of midbrain dopamine neuron reactivity and the self-administration of psychomotor stimulant drugs.
Academic Article Persistent reversal of enhanced amphetamine intake by transient CaMKII inhibition.
Academic Article Inhibiting cyclin-dependent kinase 5 in the nucleus accumbens enhances the expression of amphetamine-induced locomotor conditioning.
Academic Article Locomotor conditioning by amphetamine requires cyclin-dependent kinase 5 signaling in the nucleus accumbens.
Academic Article PKC phosphorylates residues in the N-terminal of the DA transporter to regulate amphetamine-induced DA efflux.
Academic Article Stimuli associated with the presence or absence of amphetamine regulate cytoskeletal signaling and behavior.
Academic Article Sensitizing exposure to amphetamine increases AMPA receptor phosphorylation without increasing cell surface expression in the rat nucleus accumbens.
Academic Article Exposure to conditions of uncertainty promotes the pursuit of amphetamine.
Academic Article Prenatal ethanol exposure increases risk of psychostimulant addiction.
Academic Article Maladaptive consequences of repeated intermittent exposure to uncertainty.

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