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‘Erasing’ drug-associated memories may stop drug addiction relapses
The team of Cambridge Neuroscientists, led by Professor Barry Everitt, were able to reduce drug-seeking behaviours in rats by blocking NMDAR during the recall of drug-associated memories. Findings were reported in the 13 August issue of The Journal of Neuroscience.
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Posted on 14/08/2008
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