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Bibliographie : Cannabinoïdes synthétiques et Néocannabinoïdes, Dr Christian Sueur, GRECC, décembre 2020

Bibliographie : Cannabinoïdes synthétiques et Néocannabinoïdes   Dr Christian Sueur, GRECC, décembre 2020   Définitions et Usages des cannabinoïdes synthétiques : 2 - 6 Toxicologie des cannabinoïdes synthétiques : 7– 12 Cannabinoïdes synthétiques et psychose : 11 - 12 Pharmacologie des cannabinoïdes synthétiques : 13 - 16 Neurophysiologie des cannabinoïdes synthétiques : 17 -18 Analyse des cannabinoïdes synthétiques : 18 - 19 Usage médical des cannabinoïdes synthétiques : 20 – 22 Rimonabant : 21 -22  

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Effects of endocannabinoid neurotransmission modulators on brain stimulation reward, Styliani Vlachou et al., 2006

Effects of endocannabinoid neurotransmission modulators on brain stimulation reward Styliani Vlachou, George G. Nomikos & George Panagis Psychopharmacology, 2006, 188, 293–305 Doi : 10.1007/s00213-006-0506-0   Abstract Rationale : The endogenous cannabinoid system is responsive to the neurobiological actions of Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and other cannabinoid ligands. While numerous studies have focused on the behavioral and pharmacological effects of THC and cannabinoid agonists in experimental animals, most recent work focuses on compounds that modulate endocannabinoid neurotransmission. However, the relevant studies concerning the ability of endocannabinoid modulators to modify reward processes in experimental animals remain rather scarce. Objectives : The present study examined the effects of drugs modulating endocannabinoid neurotransmission on [...]

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Hippocampal Neurotoxicity of D9-Tetrahydrocannabinol, Guy Chiu-Kai Chan et al., 1998

Hippocampal Neurotoxicity of D9-Tetrahydrocannabinol Guy Chiu-Kai Chan, Thomas R. Hinds, Soren Impey, and Daniel R. Storm The Journal of Neuroscience, 1998, 18, (14), 5322–5332 Marijuana consumption elicits diverse physiological and psychological effects in humans, including memory loss. Here we report that D9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the major psychoactive component of marijuana, is toxic for hippocampal neurons. Treatment of cultured neurons or hippocampal slices with THC caused shrinkage of neuronal cell bodies and nuclei as well as genomic DNA strand breaks, hallmarks of neuronal apoptosis. Neuron death induced by THC was inhibited by nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, including indomethacin and aspirin, as well as vitamin E and [...]

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