Effects of Social Defeat Stress on the Dopaminergic System, Behavioral Coping, and Cocaine Self-Administration in Male Mice.

Doyle, Michelle R.


  • Abstract: Psychiatric disorders, such as depression and other mood disorders, have a high comorbidity with drug use disorders. Research has led to the study of the mesolimbic dopaminergic pathway as a key site for the comorbidity of the two diseases because chronic stress and drug abuse alter dopamine (DA) release in a similar manner. Two different intensities of social defeat stress, brief or ... read more
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