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应激诱发复吸行为的生物学机制研究进展
Alternative TitleStress-induced relapse and its potential neurobiological mechanism
须卫; 隋南
Abstract复吸是药物依赖的主要特征 ,也是治疗的首要问题。应激可以诱发复吸。应激诱发复吸的神经生物学机制不同于启动药物诱发复吸的机制。启动药物诱发复吸涉及中脑边缘多巴胺通路的激活 ; 而应激诱发复吸主要涉及脑去甲肾上腺素和促肾上腺皮质激素释放因子 ,终纹床核是两者相互作用的关键部位。去甲肾上腺素外侧被盖核和终纹床核是应激诱发复吸的重要脑区。不同应激源可能通过相关机制诱发复吸。
Keyword应激和复吸 去甲肾上腺素 促肾上腺皮质激素释放因子 终纹床核 外侧被盖核
Subject Area生理心理学
2002
Language中文
Source Publication中国神经科学杂志
ISSN1008-0872
Volume18Issue:2Pages:563-567
Indexed ByASPT来源刊 CJFD收录刊
Funding Project国家自然科学基金 (3 9970 2 5 6);; 中国科学院知识创新青年科学家小组;; 中国科学院知识创新工程项目 (KSCX2 2 0 3 )
NoteRelapse is a characteristic feature of drug dependence, and remains as a major concern in treating drug addiction. Stressor induces relapse. The neurobiological mechanism of stress induced relapse is different from that of priming drug induced relapse. Norepinephrine (NE) and corticotropin releasing factor (CRF) are important during stress induced relapse, but a minimal basal dopamine and corticosterone are necessary for the manifestation of stress induced reinstatement. The lateral tegmental noradrene...
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.psych.ac.cn/handle/311026/1536
Collection中国科学院心理研究所回溯数据库(1956-2010)
Corresponding Author隋南
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须卫,隋南. 应激诱发复吸行为的生物学机制研究进展[J]. 中国神经科学杂志,2002,18(2):563-567.
APA 须卫,&隋南.(2002).应激诱发复吸行为的生物学机制研究进展.中国神经科学杂志,18(2),563-567.
MLA 须卫,et al."应激诱发复吸行为的生物学机制研究进展".中国神经科学杂志 18.2(2002):563-567.
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