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Academic Article MPZP: a novel small molecule corticotropin-releasing factor type 1 receptor (CRF1) antagonist.
Academic Article Effects of naltrexone, duloxetine, and a corticotropin-releasing factor type 1 receptor antagonist on binge-like alcohol drinking in rats.
Academic Article Corticotropin-releasing factor-1 receptor antagonists decrease heroin self-administration in long- but not short-access rats.
Academic Article Protracted withdrawal from alcohol and drugs of abuse impairs long-term potentiation of intrinsic excitability in the juxtacapsular bed nucleus of the stria terminalis.
Academic Article Permanent impairment of birth and survival of cortical and hippocampal proliferating cells following excessive drinking during alcohol dependence.
Academic Article Operant behavior and alcohol levels in blood and brain of alcohol-dependent rats.
Academic Article CRF-CRF1 system activation mediates withdrawal-induced increases in nicotine self-administration in nicotine-dependent rats.
Academic Article Methamphetamine self-administration and voluntary exercise have opposing effects on medial prefrontal cortex gliogenesis.
Academic Article Varied access to intravenous methamphetamine self-administration differentially alters adult hippocampal neurogenesis.
Academic Article Vapor inhalation of alcohol in rats.
Academic Article Alcohol self-administration acutely stimulates the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis, but alcohol dependence leads to a dampened neuroendocrine state.
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Academic Article Alcohol drinking during early adolescence activates microglial cells and increases frontolimbic Interleukin-1 beta and Toll-like receptor 4 gene expression, with heightened sensitivity in male rats compared to females.
Academic Article Shortening time for access to alcohol drives up front-loading behavior, bringing consumption in male rats to the level of females.
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