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There are many different types of Uveitis. This is because: * The Uvea is made up of different parts. So if the iris is affected, the condition and its treatment could be totally different to when...

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How cocaine changes the brain

The burst of energy and hyperactivity that comes with a cocaine high is a rather accurate reflection of what's going on in the brain of its users, finds a study. Through experiments conducted in rats ...

New insights on how cocaine changes the brain

The burst of energy and hyperactivity that comes with a cocaine high is a rather accurate reflection of what's going on in the brain of its users, finds a study published November 25 in Cell Reports. ...

Psychostimulant Promising for Long-term Cocaine Dependence

Sustained-release dexamfetamine reduces cocaine use in patients with long-term cocaine dependence who are receiving heroin-assisted treatment, but is it the 'holy grail'? Medscape Medical News

Magnetic Brain Stimulation Might Treat Cocaine Addiction

THURSDAY, Dec. 3, 2015 -- Stimulating part of the brain with magnetic pulses may offer the first therapeutic treatment for cocaine addiction, a small new study suggests. Though the findings are prelim...

New approach offered to treating cocaine addiction

An FDA-approved drug used for diabetes and obesity may also reduce cocaine dependence, new research indicates. The drug, trade name Byetta, derives from a naturally occurring hormone called glucagon-l...

Mouse Study Shows Cocaine Ravages Brain Cells

MONDAY, Jan. 18, 2016 -- In mice, high doses of cocaine cause brain cells to eat themselves, researchers report. The Johns Hopkins University scientists also found such destruction in the brain cells ...

Cocaine Induces Neuronal Autophagy

A new study supports the idea that cocaine triggers brain cells to eat themselves and suggests a possible antidote.

Cocaine users present alterations in function, structures of brain

The presence of alterations in brain functioning and structure in cocaine users has been seen in a new study where researchers used three different magnetic resonance imaging techniques to study the b...

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Oxytocin Decreases Cocaine Taking, Cocaine Seeking, and Locomotor Activity in Female Rats.

Oxytocin has been shown to decrease cocaine taking and seeking in male rats, suggesting potential treatment efficacy for drug addiction. In the present study, we extended these findings to the assessm...

Free energy profiles of cocaine esterase-cocaine binding process by molecular dynamics and potential of mean force simulations.

The combined molecular dynamics (MD) and potential of mean force (PMF) simulations have been performed to determine the free energy profile of the CocE)-(+)-cocaine binding process in comparison with ...

Oral fluid cocaine and benzoylecgonine concentrations following controlled intravenous cocaine administration.

Limited oral fluid (OF) pharmacokinetic data collected with commercially available collection devices after controlled cocaine administration hinder OF result interpretations. Ten cocaine-using adults...

Cocaine-induced reward enhancement measured with intracranial self-stimulation in rats bred for low versus high saccharin intake.

Rats selectively bred for high (HiS) or low (LoS) saccharin intake are a well-established model of drug-abuse vulnerability, with HiS rats being more likely to consume sweets and cocaine than LoS rats...

Cocaine constrictor mechanisms of the cerebral vasculature.

Cocaine constriction of the cerebral vasculature is thought to contribute to the ischemia associated with cocaine use. However, the mechanisms whereby cocaine elicits relevant vasoconstriction remain ...

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