The role of gamma-synuclein in cocaine-induced behaviour in rats
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European Journal of Neuroscience
Volume 27, Issue 11, pages 2938–2951, June 2008
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Boyer, F. and Dreyer, J.-L. (2008), The role of gamma-synuclein in cocaine-induced behaviour in rats. European Journal of Neuroscience, 27: 2938–2951. doi: 10.1111/j.1460-9568.2008.06198.x
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- Received 25 October 2007, revised 29 January 2008, accepted 6 March 2008
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Appendix S1. Preparation and testing of the lentiviruses used in this study in vitro for assessing expression or silencing of DAT and γ-synuclein, in different combinations prior to in vivo assays.
Fig. S1.In vitro expression of lentivirus constructs in HEK293T.
Fig. S2.In vitro evaluation of target specificity of LV-γSyn-siRNA.
Fig. S3. Locomotor activity upon dopamine transporter (DAT) and γ-synuclein overexpression or silencing in the NAc.
Fig. S4. Expression of dopamine transporter (DAT) and γ-synuclein in the VTA upon lentivirus injection in the NAc.
Table S1.In vitro evaluation of target specificity of LV-γSyn-siRNA.
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