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Effects of a dopamine agonist on brain activation in HIV patients and nicotine smokers

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Resource Type

  1. Cross-sectional study


  1. Observational Method
    Functional magnetic resonance imaging
  2. Additional Topic(s)
    Dopamine receptors
  3. Additional Topic(s)
  4. Resource Description
    This is a newly funded project that aims to determine whether the dopamine receptors are more sensitive in HIV patients and whether smoking nicotine might alter the responsiveness of the receptors. Functional MRI studies will be performed in these participants.
  5. Contact
    Munsaka, Sody
  6. PI
    Chang, Linda
  7. Topic
    Human immunodeficiency virus infectious disease
  8. Performed by
    Linda Chang Laboratory
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