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Prof Gaetano Di Chiara
Prof Gaetano Di Chiara
Professor of Pharmacology University of Cagliari, Italy
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Drugs abused by humans preferentially increase synaptic dopamine concentrations in the mesolimbic system of freely moving rats.
G Di Chiara, A Imperato
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 85 (14), 5274-5278, 1988
60361988
Effects of nicotine on the nucleus accumbens and similarity to those of addictive drugs
FE Pontieri, G Tanda, F Orzi, GD Chiara
Nature 382 (6588), 255-257, 1996
13811996
Cannabinoid and Heroin Activation of Mesolimbic Dopamine Transmission by a Common µ1 Opioid Receptor Mechanism
G Tanda, FE Pontieri, GD Chiara
Science 276 (5321), 2048-2050, 1997
13641997
Nucleus accumbens shell and core dopamine: differential role in behavior and addiction
G Di Chiara
Behavioural brain research 137 (1-2), 75-114, 2002
13032002
Dopamine and drug addiction: the nucleus accumbens shell connection
G Di Chiara, V Bassareo, S Fenu, MA De Luca, L Spina, C Cadoni, ...
Neuropharmacology 47, 227-241, 2004
11452004
Opposite effects of mu and kappa opiate agonists on dopamine release in the nucleus accumbens and in the dorsal caudate of freely moving rats.
G Di Chiara, A Imperato
Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 244 (3), 1067-1080, 1988
11321988
Preferential stimulation of dopamine release in the nucleus accumbens of freely moving rats by ethanol.
A Imperato, G Di Chiara
Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 239 (1), 219-228, 1986
11221986
Intravenous cocaine, morphine, and amphetamine preferentially increase extracellular dopamine in the" shell" as compared with the" core" of the rat nucleus accumbens.
FE Pontieri, G Tanda, G Di Chiara
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 92 (26), 12304-12308, 1995
10561995
Role of dopamine in the behavioural actions of nicotine related to addiction
G Di Chiara
European journal of pharmacology 393 (1-3), 295-314, 2000
9002000
The role of dopamine in drug abuse viewed from the perspective of its role in motivation
G Di Chiara
Drug and alcohol dependence 38 (2), 95-137, 1995
8791995
Nicotine preferentially stimulates dopamine release in the limbic system of freely moving rats
A Imperato, A Mulas, G Di Chiara
European journal of pharmacology 132 (2-3), 337-338, 1986
8671986
Drug addiction as dopamine-dependent associative learning disorder
G Di Chiara
European journal of pharmacology 375 (1-3), 13-30, 1999
7851999
Neurobiology of opiate abuse
G Di Chiara, RA North
Trends in pharmacological sciences 13, 185-193, 1992
7811992
Reward system and addiction: what dopamine does and doesn’t do
G Di Chiara, V Bassareo
Current opinion in pharmacology 7 (1), 69-76, 2007
7442007
Amphetamine, cocaine, phencyclidine and nomifensine increase extracellular dopamine concentrations preferentially in the nucleus accumbens of freely moving rats
E Carboni, A Imperato, L Perezzani, G Di Chiara
Neuroscience 28 (3), 653-661, 1989
7291989
Modulatory functions of neurotransmitters in the striatum: ACh/dopamine/NMDA interactions
G Di Chiara, M Morelli, S Consolo
Trends in neurosciences 17 (6), 228-233, 1994
6161994
Differential responsiveness of dopamine transmission to food-stimuli in nucleus accumbens shell/core compartments
V Bassareo, G Di Chiara
Neuroscience 89 (3), 637-641, 1999
5691999
Trans-striatal dialysis coupled to reverse phase high performance liquid chromatography with electrochemical detection: a new method for the study of the in vivo release of …
A Imperato, G Di Chiara
Journal of Neuroscience 4 (4), 966-977, 1984
5201984
Differential influence of associative and nonassociative learning mechanisms on the responsiveness of prefrontal and accumbal dopamine transmission to food stimuli in rats fed …
V Bassareo, G Di Chiara
Journal of Neuroscience 17 (2), 851-861, 1997
5141997
A motivational learning hypothesis of the role of mesolimbic dopamine in compulsive drug use
G Di Chiara
Journal of psychopharmacology 12 (1), 54-67, 1998
4931998
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