Epac2 in midbrain dopamine neurons contributes to cocaine reinforcement via facilitation of dopamine release

  1. Xiaojie Liu
  2. Casey R Vickstrom
  3. Hao Yu
  4. Shuai Liu
  5. Shana Terai Snarrenberg
  6. Vladislav Friedman
  7. Lianwei Mu
  8. Bixuan Chen
  9. Thomas J Kelly
  10. David A Baker
  11. Qing-song Liu  Is a corresponding author
  1. Medical College of Wisconsin, United States
  2. Marquette University, United States
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  1. Xiaojie Liu
  2. Casey R Vickstrom
  3. Hao Yu
  4. Shuai Liu
  5. Shana Terai Snarrenberg
  6. Vladislav Friedman
  7. Lianwei Mu
  8. Bixuan Chen
  9. Thomas J Kelly
  10. David A Baker
  11. Qing-song Liu
(2022)
Epac2 in midbrain dopamine neurons contributes to cocaine reinforcement via facilitation of dopamine release
eLife 11:e80747.
https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.80747