In silico identification and in vivo validation of miR-495 as a novel regulator of motivation for cocaine that targets multiple addiction-related networks in the nucleus accumbens

R. M. Bastle, R. J. Oliver, A. S. Gardiner, N. S. Pentkowski, F. Bolognani, A. M. Allan, T. Chaudhury, M. St. Peter, N. Galles, C. Smith, Janet Neisewander, N. I. Perrone-Bizzozero

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