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Eternal Sunshine of the Drug-less Mind

News   Jan 23, 2019 | Original Press Release from the University of Pittsburgh

 
Eternal Sunshine of the Drug-less Mind

This is an illustration of the rat brain circuit connections responsible for forming memories that associate cocaine use with external cues. Credit: Adapted from Rich, T.M., et al Cell Reports/Mary Torregrossa

 
 
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