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Differential involvement of mu-opioid receptors in the rostral versus caudal nucleus accumbens in the reinforcing effects of heroin in rats: evidence from focal injections of beta-funaltrexamine.
Effects of laparotomy on spontaneous exploratory activity and conditioned operant responding in the rat: a model for postoperative pain.
Intrathecal morphine and ketorolac analgesia after surgery: comparison of spontaneous and elicited responses in rats.
Opioid self-administration in the nerve-injured rat: relevance of antiallodynic effects to drug consumption and effects of intrathecal analgesics.
Chronic pain alters drug self-administration: implications for addiction and pain mechanisms.
Opioid facilitation of rewarding electrical brain stimulation is suppressed in rats with neuropathic pain.
Rewarding electrical brain stimulation in rats after peripheral nerve injury: decreased facilitation by commonly abused prescription opioids.
Mechanisms of mu opioid receptor/G-protein desensitization in brain by chronic heroin administration.
Involvement of the lateral amygdala in the antiallodynic and reinforcing effects of heroin in rats after peripheral nerve injury.
Intracranial self-stimulation of the paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus: increased faciliation by morphine compared to cocaine.
Analgesics as reinforcers with chronic pain: Evidence from operant studies.
Regional differences in mu and kappa opioid receptor G-protein activation in brain in male and female prairie voles.
FUNCTIONAL SIGNIFICANCE OF MU OPIOID RECEPTOR TURNOVER
Role of the Amygdala in Opioid Self-administration in Rats with Chronic Pain.
Incisional Nociceptive Input Impairs Attention-related Behavior and Is Associated with Reduced Neuronal Activity in the Prefrontal Cortex in Rats.