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Selected Publication:

Type of publication: Baccalaureate Thesis
Type of document:

Year: 2012

Authors: Konrad, Lisa

Title: In - vivo Sensitisierung durch Amphetamin: Abhängigkeit von Calcium-Calmodulin-abhängiger Proteinkinase II.

Other title: In-vivo sensitisation with D-amphetamine: Dependence on calcium-calmodulin dependent protein kinase II

Source: Bakkalaureatsarbeit, Vet. Med. Univ. Wien, pp. 63.


Advisor(s):

Sitte Harald H.
Moldzio Rudolf

Reviewer(s):
Rausch Wolf-Dieter

Vetmed Research Units:
Institute for Medical Biochemistry


Graduation date: 06.02.12


Abstract:
Abuse of substances like amphetamines, cocaine, opiates and nicotine is a worldwide contemporary issue. The main effects, which are considered as positive by human, are euphoria and stimulation. Those effects are the reason for consumption in human. In animals a stimulation of running activity has been observed by scientists.


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