青春期小鼠与成年小鼠在吗啡和食物诱导 条件化位置偏爱建立上的异同 Differences in morphine-induced and food-induced conditioned place preference between adolescent and adult mice

Q Ren-Li, Q Jia-Gui, Chen Yan-Mei, M Yuan-Ye, H Xin-Tian
unpublished
In the present study, the differences between addictive memory and ordinary memory were investigated by morphine-induced and food-induced conditioned place preference (CPP) in adolescent and adult mice. The result showed that: 1) morphine-induced CPP could be established in adult mice but not in adolescent mice. 2) food-induced CPP could be established both in adolescent and adult mice. This study indicated that between adolescent and adult mice, there was no difference in ordinary memory, but
more » ... dinary memory, but for addictive memory, they were quite different. Our data suggested that the development of addictive memory and ordinary memory system in mouse brain might not be paralleled.
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