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Cocaine Use Creates Feedback Loop with Gut Bacteria: Mouse Study
A jolt of norepinephrine in the mouse gut facilitates colonization by certain microbes, which in turn deplete glycine, enhancing cocaine-induced behaviors.
Cocaine Use Creates Feedback Loop with Gut Bacteria: Mouse Study
Cocaine Use Creates Feedback Loop with Gut Bacteria: Mouse Study

A jolt of norepinephrine in the mouse gut facilitates colonization by certain microbes, which in turn deplete glycine, enhancing cocaine-induced behaviors.

A jolt of norepinephrine in the mouse gut facilitates colonization by certain microbes, which in turn deplete glycine, enhancing cocaine-induced behaviors.

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