Temporally dependent changes in cocaine-induced synaptic plasticity in the nucleus accumbens shell are reversed by D1-like dopamine receptor stimulation

Pavel I. Ortinski, Fair M. Vassoler, Gregory C. Carlson, R. Christopher Pierce

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