Miami, Florida (PRWEB) September 08, 2013
According to an ABC News article (6/30), Cocaine rewires brain after single use, study says, using cocaine once is enough to rewire the brain and cause addiction, according to new research. UC Berkeley and UCSF conducted the study on mice, which may help professionals treat addiction. Researchers found that after just one dose of cocaine, the rodents exhibited a rapid growth of dendritic spines, which are tiny, twig like structures that connect neurons and form the nodes of the brain's circuit wiring.
Linda Wilbrecht, assistant professor of psychology and neuroscience at UC Berkeley, said their images provide clear evidence that cocaine induces rapid gains in new spines.
"The more spines the mice gain, the more they show they learned about the drug," she said.
For mice "learning about the drug" can mean seeking it out to the exclusion of meeting other needs, which may explain how addiction in humans can override other considerations that are necessary for a balanced life," Wilbrecht said.
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