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Addiction  et régulations épigénétiques : implications de MeCP2 et de l’acétylation des histones [= Epigenetics and drug addiction: a focus on MeCP2 and on histone acetylation]
Effects of combined nicotine and fluoxetine treatment on adult hippocampal neurogenesis and conditioned place preference
Cocaine and epigenetics: an overview ?
Cocaine self-administration by rats is inhibited by cyclic GMP-elevating agents: involvement of epigenetic markers
Inhibitors of DNA methyltransferase increase cocaine reinforcing properties in a self-administration paradigm
Vulnerability to opiate in maternal deprived rats: implication of the epigenetic markers MeCP2 and HDAC2
Vulnerability to opiate intake in maternally deprived rats: implication of MeCP2 and of histone acetylation
Activation of the cannabinoid CB2 receptor inducesepigenetic factors expression in the rat striatum
Cocaine regulates the salt-inducible kinase SIK1 by inducing protein phosphatase-2A expression in rat brain
Cocaine represses protein phosphatase-1Cβ through DNA methylation and Methyl-CpG Binding Protein-2 recruitment in adult rat brain
Differential regulation of MeCP2 and PP1 in passive or voluntary administration of cocaine or food
Cocaine-induced regulations of the endocannabinoid system in reward-related brain regions
Regulation of Brain DNA Methylation Factors and of the Orexinergic System by Cocaine and Food Self-Administration

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