Original Article : Dependence Potential of Quetiapine: Behavioral Pharmacology in Rodents
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( Hye Jin Cha ) , ( Hyun A Lee ) , ( Joon Ik Ahn ) , ( Seol Hee Jeon ) , ( Eun Jung Kim ) , ( Ho Sang Jeong )
Biomolecules & Therapeutics(구 응용약물학회지) 2013년, 제21권 제4호, 307~312페이지(총6페이지)
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    Quetiapine is an atypical or second-generation antipsychotic agent and has been a subject of a series of case report and suggested to have the potential for misuse or abuse. However, it is not a controlled substance and is not generally considered addictive. In this study, we examined quetiapine`s dependence potential and abuse liability through animal behavioral tests using rodents to study the mechanism of quetiapine. Molecular biology techniques were also used to fi nd out the action mechanisms of the drug. In the animal behavioral tests, quetiapine did not show any positive effect on the experimental animals in the climbing, jumping, and conditioned place preference tests. However, in the head twitch and self-administration tests, the experimental animals showed signifi cant positive responses. In addition, the action mechanism of quetiapine was found being related to dopamine and serotonin release. These results demonstrate that quetiapine affects the neurological systems related to abuse liability and has the potential to lead psychological dependence, as well.
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