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Neuropeptide Y Y5 receptor antagonism attenuates cocaine-induced effects in mice

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  1. Three weeks of SSRI administration enhances the visual perceptual threshold - a randomized placebo-controlled study

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  2. Tryptophan depletion affects compulsive behaviour in rats: strain dependent effects and associated neuromechanisms

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  3. Does mutual compensation of the cognitive effects induced by pain and opioids exist? An experimental study

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  1. High serum FSH is not a risk factor for low bone mineral density in infertile men

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  2. Evaluation of Serum Insulin-like Factor 3 Quantification by LC-MS/MS as a Biomarker of Leydig Cell Function

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  3. Sex-specific estrogen levels and reference intervals from infancy to late adulthood determined by LC-MS/MS

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  4. Alcohol septal ablation in patients with severe septal hypertrophy

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  • Gunnar Sørensen
  • Morten Jensen
  • Pia Weikop
  • Ditte Dencker
  • Søren H Christiansen
  • Claus Juul Loland
  • Cecilie Hee Bengtsen
  • Jørgen Holm Petersen
  • Anders Fink-Jensen
  • Gitta Wörtwein
  • David P D Woldbye
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Several studies suggest a role for neuropeptide Y (NPY) in addiction to drugs of abuse, including cocaine. However, the NPY receptors mediating addiction-related effects remain to be determined.
Original languageEnglish
JournalPsychopharmacology
Volume222
Issue number4
Pages (from-to)565-77
Number of pages13
ISSN0033-3158
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Publication statusPublished - 2012

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