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Functional magnetic resonance imaging of the acute effect of intravenous heroin administration on visual activation in long-term heroin addicts: results from a feasibility study

(1997) DRUG AND ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE. 49(1). p.55-60
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functional magnetic resonance imaging, heroin, fMRI, visual activation, blood oxygenation level dependent (BOLD) signal, CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW, HUMAN-BRAIN, OXYGENATION, NALOXONE, MORPHINE, OPIOIDS, RAT

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Sell, Louise A, Andrew Simmons, Gilbert Lemmens, et al. “Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Acute Effect of Intravenous Heroin Administration on Visual Activation in Long-term Heroin Addicts: Results from a Feasibility Study.” DRUG AND ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE 49.1 (1997): 55–60. Print.
APA
Sell, L. A., Simmons, A., Lemmens, G., Williams, S. C., Brammer, M., & Strang, J. (1997). Functional magnetic resonance imaging of the acute effect of intravenous heroin administration on visual activation in long-term heroin addicts: results from a feasibility study. DRUG AND ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE, 49(1), 55–60.
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Sell, Louise A, Andrew Simmons, Gilbert Lemmens, Steven CR Williams, Michael Brammer, and John Strang. 1997. “Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Acute Effect of Intravenous Heroin Administration on Visual Activation in Long-term Heroin Addicts: Results from a Feasibility Study.” Drug and Alcohol Dependence 49 (1): 55–60.
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Sell, Louise A, Andrew Simmons, Gilbert Lemmens, Steven CR Williams, Michael Brammer, and John Strang. 1997. “Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Acute Effect of Intravenous Heroin Administration on Visual Activation in Long-term Heroin Addicts: Results from a Feasibility Study.” Drug and Alcohol Dependence 49 (1): 55–60.
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Sell LA, Simmons A, Lemmens G, Williams SC, Brammer M, Strang J. Functional magnetic resonance imaging of the acute effect of intravenous heroin administration on visual activation in long-term heroin addicts: results from a feasibility study. DRUG AND ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE. 1997;49(1):55–60.
IEEE
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L. A. Sell, A. Simmons, G. Lemmens, S. C. Williams, M. Brammer, and J. Strang, “Functional magnetic resonance imaging of the acute effect of intravenous heroin administration on visual activation in long-term heroin addicts: results from a feasibility study,” DRUG AND ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE, vol. 49, no. 1, pp. 55–60, 1997.
@article{519506,
  author       = {{Sell, Louise A and Simmons, Andrew and Lemmens, Gilbert and Williams, Steven CR and Brammer, Michael and Strang, John}},
  issn         = {{0376-8716}},
  journal      = {{DRUG AND ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE}},
  keywords     = {{functional magnetic resonance imaging,heroin,fMRI,visual activation,blood oxygenation level dependent (BOLD) signal,CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW,HUMAN-BRAIN,OXYGENATION,NALOXONE,MORPHINE,OPIOIDS,RAT}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  number       = {{1}},
  pages        = {{55--60}},
  title        = {{Functional magnetic resonance imaging of the acute effect of intravenous heroin administration on visual activation in long-term heroin addicts: results from a feasibility study}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0376-8716(97)00140-3}},
  volume       = {{49}},
  year         = {{1997}},
}

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