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Connection Strength

0.438
  1. Wilson TW, Godwin DW, Czoty PW, Nader MA, Kraft RA, Buchheimer NC, Daunais JB. A MEG investigation of somatosensory processing in the rhesus monkey. Neuroimage. 2009 Jul 15; 46(4):998-1003.
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    Score: 0.105
  2. Porrino LJ, Lyons D, Smith HR, Daunais JB, Nader MA. Cocaine self-administration produces a progressive involvement of limbic, association, and sensorimotor striatal domains. J Neurosci. 2004 Apr 07; 24(14):3554-62.
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    Score: 0.074
  3. Porrino LJ, Daunais JB, Smith HR, Nader MA. The expanding effects of cocaine: studies in a nonhuman primate model of cocaine self-administration. Neurosci Biobehav Rev. 2004 Jan; 27(8):813-20.
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    Score: 0.073
  4. Porrino LJ, Lyons D, Miller MD, Smith HR, Friedman DP, Daunais JB, Nader MA. Metabolic mapping of the effects of cocaine during the initial phases of self-administration in the nonhuman primate. J Neurosci. 2002 Sep 01; 22(17):7687-94.
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    Score: 0.066
  5. Nader MA, Daunais JB, Moore T, Nader SH, Moore RJ, Smith HR, Friedman DP, Porrino LJ. Effects of cocaine self-administration on striatal dopamine systems in rhesus monkeys: initial and chronic exposure. Neuropsychopharmacology. 2002 Jul; 27(1):35-46.
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    Score: 0.066
  6. Gill KE, Pierre PJ, Daunais J, Bennett AJ, Martelle S, Gage HD, Swanson JM, Nader MA, Porrino LJ. Chronic treatment with extended release methylphenidate does not alter dopamine systems or increase vulnerability for cocaine self-administration: a study in nonhuman primates. Neuropsychopharmacology. 2012 Nov; 37(12):2555-65.
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    Score: 0.033
  7. Beveridge TJ, Smith HR, Daunais JB, Nader MA, Porrino LJ. Chronic cocaine self-administration is associated with altered functional activity in the temporal lobes of non human primates. Eur J Neurosci. 2006 Jun; 23(11):3109-18.
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    Score: 0.022
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