RTI-113 administration reduces cocaine self-administration at high occupancy of dopamine transporter.
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Synapse (New York, N.Y.)
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Sep 01, 1998
RTI-113 [3beta-(4-chlorophenyl)tropan-2beta carboxylic acid phenyl ester hydrochloride], one of many phenyltropanes potent at and selective for DAT, inhibited self-administration of cocaine in rat at doses that did not alter responding maintained by food. The doses that inhibited cocaine intake produced significant levels of occupancy of DAT.
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