Medication-related pharmacological manipulations of nicotine self-administration in the rat maintained on fixed- and progressive-ratio schedules of reinforcement.
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Jan 01, 2009
Noradrenergic-nicotinic cholinergic interactions and enhanced responding consequent to dopamine reuptake inhibition may be part of the complex behavioral pharmacology of bupropion-like compounds. Observation of differential results with the two schedules has implication for the use of self-administration techniques to elaborate the mechanisms of dependence as well as drug discovery.
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