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The Effect of High-Frequency Electrical Stimulation of Bilateral Nucleus Accumbens on the Behavior of Morphine-Induced Conditioned Place Preference Rats at Extinction and Reinstatement Phases

Yang, Chunhui; Qiu, Yiqing; Hu, Xiaowu; Chen, Jianchun; Wu, Yina; Wu, Xi

Año: 2020

Objective. To explore the optimal time points for deep brain stimulation (DBS) on the treatment of morphine addiction and its possible mechanisms by investigating how high-frequency stimulation (HFS) in bilateral nucleus accumbens (NAc) at different time points influences the addictive behaviors of rats with drug addiction. Methods. The rats were randomly divided into extinction stimulation group (n = 20) and postextinction stimulation group (n = 20). Ten rats in the extinction stimulation group were treated using 120 Hz HFS during extinction stage while another 10 rats with pseudostimulation were served as control group. The CPP scores were evaluated at the second day after intervention, with total 9 sections accomplished. The CPP scores were evaluated at the second day of the intervention. In the postextinction stimulation group, 120 Hz HFS was intervened during the postextinction stage in 10 experimental rats and pseudostimulation was performed in 10 control rats. Stimulation was performed for 7 days continuously, and a small dose of morphine was administrated to induce relapse after the postextinction period. Results. During the extinction phase, CPP scores after HFS were significantly higher. During the postextinction phase, relapse CPP scores after HFS were dramatically lower. Conclusion. HFS of bilateral NAc inhibits the extinction of addictive behavior during the extinction phase, and HFS during the postextinction period suppresses relapse of drug seeking behavior.

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2020

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