Fb2 Current Status Of Drug Dependence/abuse Studies: Cellular And Molecular Mechanisms Of Drugs Of Abuse And Neurotoxicity (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences) ePub
by Syed F. Ali,Toshitaka Nabeshima,Tomoji Yanagita
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|Author:||Syed F. Ali,Toshitaka Nabeshima,Tomoji Yanagita|
|Publisher:||New York Academy of Sciences (October 1, 2004)|
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These drugs of abuse are known to cause neurotoxicity in several species, including not only rodents, dogs, and nonhuman primates, but also humans. Nakata, Y. Tanaka, T. Kodaka, Y. Okahisa, M. Harano, T. Inada, M. Yamada, T. Komiyama, T. Hori, Y. Sekine, N. Iwata, I. Sora, M. Iyo, N. Ozaki and S. Kuroda.
These drugs of abuse are known to cause neurotoxicity in several .
These drugs of abuse are known to cause neurotoxicity in several species, including not only rodents, dogs, and nonhuman primates, but also Methamphetamine, MDMA, cocaine, PMA, GHB, and various solvents are the most widely abused drugs in Europe, the United States, Central America, South America, and Asia; and their use has dramatically increased over the last two decades.
We consider the mechanisms underlying environmental modulation of acute drug neurotoxicity and focus on the role of brain temperature, a critical homeostatic parameter . Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences.
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Drug dependence and abuse among incarcerated populations is a stark reality .
Drug dependence and abuse among incarcerated populations is a stark reality that. Although data vary across studies, it would appear that drug-using felons. Assessing Neurotoxicity of Drugs of Abuse. At the meeting, Dr. John Olney presented a paper on MK801 neurotoxicity, but time constraints prevented him from writing a chapter for this monograph.
The concepts of dependence, addiction and abuse comprise overlapping .
The concepts of dependence, addiction and abuse comprise overlapping clinical phenomena. The earlier anxiolytic drugs, in particular the barbiturates, were prone to abuse, . non-medical use, and to high-dose misuse. Their modern counterparts, the benzodiazepines, are abused in a patchy way and are sometimes taken in regularly high doses. However, the main problem is physical dependence as manifested by a withdrawal syndrome on discontinuation of the drug. The molecular pharmacology of the benzodiazepine receptor has been extensively studied and is undoubtedly complex. ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 250 WORDS).
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Drug-induced alterations in gene expression throughout the reward circuitry of the brain are likely components of the persistence of the drug-addicted state. Recent studies examining the molecular mechanisms controlling drug-induced transcriptional, behavioral, and synaptic plasticity have indicated a direct role for chromatin remodeling in the regulation and stability of drug-mediated neuronal. gene programs, and the subsequent promulgation of addictive behaviors
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Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences . Special Issue: Conversations on the Nature of Reality. Minae Niwaa, Yijin Yanb, and Toshitaka Nabeshima, Genes and Molecules That Can Potentiate or Attenuate Models of Psychostimulant Dependence: Relevance of Data from Animal Models to Human Addiction.