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Neurobiological Mechanisms of Drugs of Abuse

Edited by Edited by Syed F. Ali (National Center for Toxicological Research, FDA, Jefferson, Arkansas)
Neurobiological Mechanisms of Drugs of Abuse

Published: October 2000

Volume 914

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This volume presents current research into the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying addiction to cocaine, and discusses development of promising new therapies like ibogaine. Papers include current research on oxidative stress; neurodegeneration and neuroprotection; neuronal markers; neurotoxicity; imaging brain structure and function; prenatal exposure and postnatal outcome.

This volume is out of print.