Inhibition of the nucleus accumbens decreases the locomotor response to acute oxycodone exposure in female rats

Midani, Lenah C.


  • As we try to develop treatments for opioid use disorder, it is important that we understand the complex phenomenon that is opioid use disorder. It is also vital that we explore the involved mechanisms in female rats, which are often excluded in such studies. One of the primary structures implicated in opioid use disorder is the nucleus accumbens, which has been thought to modulate long term expression ... read more
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