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Oscillatory-sensitization model of repeated drug exposure: cocaine's effects on shock-induced hypoalgesia

Progress in Neuro-psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry

Jun 5, 1998

A R CaggiulaR Stiller

PMID: 9612847

Abstract

1. The authors have recently proposed that the sensitization produced by repeated exposure to drugs or stress may give way to an alternating pattern of increases and decreases in the response to each subsequent exposure (i.e., oscillate), as the limits of the physiological system are ap...read more

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Oscillators, Biological
Cocaine
Endocrine System
Hypoalgesia
Skin Endocrine Disorder
Cocaine Measurement
Cocaine Hydrochloride
Rats, Holtzman
Electric Stimulation Technique
Dopamine Uptake Inhibitors
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Oscillatory-sensitization model of repeated drug exposure: cocaine's effects on shock-induced hypoalgesia

Progress in Neuro-psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry

Jun 5, 1998

A R CaggiulaR Stiller

PMID: 9612847

DOI:

Abstract

1. The authors have recently proposed that the sensitization produced by repeated exposure to drugs or stress may give way to an alternating pattern of increases and decreases in the response to each subsequent exposure (i.e., oscillate), as the limits of the physiological system are ap...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Oscillators, Biological
Cocaine
Endocrine System
Hypoalgesia
Skin Endocrine Disorder
Cocaine Measurement
Cocaine Hydrochloride
Rats, Holtzman
Electric Stimulation Technique
Dopamine Uptake Inhibitors

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