Amy C. Berger, Ph.D.

Neuroscience University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 
GPCRs, pharmacology, biased agonism, Addiction, pain, neuropsychiatric disease
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Jennifer L. Whistler grad student 2010 UCSF
 (The influence of mu opioid receptor endocytosis on the analgesic and motivational properties of acute and chronic morphine.)
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Berger AC, Whistler JL. (2011) Morphine-induced mu opioid receptor trafficking enhances reward yet prevents compulsive drug use. Embo Molecular Medicine. 3: 385-97
Berger AC, Whistler JL. (2010) How to design an opioid drug that causes reduced tolerance and dependence. Annals of Neurology. 67: 559-69
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