Claire I. Dixon

University of Sussex, Falmer, England, United Kingdom 
Drug addiction
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Dixon CI, Walker SE, Swinny J, et al. (2019) Early-life stress influences acute and sensitized responses of adult mice to cocaine by interacting with GABAA α2 receptor expression. Behavioural Pharmacology
Mitchell SJ, Maguire EP, Cunningham L, et al. (2018) Early-life adversity selectively impairs α2-GABA receptor expression in the mouse nucleus accumbens and influences the behavioral effects of cocaine. Neuropharmacology
Duka T, Dixon CI, Trick L, et al. (2015) Motivational Effects of Methylphenidate are Associated with GABRA2 Variants Conferring Addiction Risk. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 9: 304
Brunzell DH, Stafford AM, Dixon CI. (2015) Nicotinic receptor contributions to smoking: insights from human studies and animal models. Current Addiction Reports. 2: 33-46
Maguire EP, Macpherson T, Swinny JD, et al. (2014) Tonic inhibition of accumbal spiny neurons by extrasynaptic α4βδ GABAA receptors modulates the actions of psychostimulants. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 34: 823-38
Anstee QM, Knapp S, Maguire EP, et al. (2013) Mutations in the Gabrb1 gene promote alcohol consumption through increased tonic inhibition. Nature Communications. 4: 2816
Dixon CI, Walker SE, King SL, et al. (2012) Deletion of the gabra2 gene results in hypersensitivity to the acute effects of ethanol but does not alter ethanol self administration. Plos One. 7: e47135
Halbout B, Perreau-Lenz S, Dixon CI, et al. (2011) Per1(Brdm1) mice self-administer cocaine and reinstate cocaine-seeking behaviour following extinction. Behavioural Pharmacology. 22: 76-80
Dixon CI, Morris HV, Breen G, et al. (2010) Cocaine effects on mouse incentive-learning and human addiction are linked to alpha2 subunit-containing GABAA receptors. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 107: 2289-94
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