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Publication Date: 2004
Publisher: DIANE Publishing Company
by Unknown Author
Contents: PET, SPECT, & probes in drug design & development; positron emission tomography (PET) in studies of drug abuse; imaging brain function in animals to understand drugs of abuse & potential pharmacotherapies; brain-imaging studies of the combined use of cocaine & alcohol & the pharmacokinetics of Cocaethylene; PET of cocaine binding sites on the Dopamine transporter; metabolic mapping methods for the identification of the neural substrates of the effects of novel tropane analogs, noninvasive eval. of the sympathetic nervous system of the heart by nuclear imaging procedures.Imaging Techniques In Medications Development Preclinical And Clinical Aspects, was published 2004 under ISBN 9780788116322 and ISBN 0788116320.
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