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1. Drug priming Drug cues . Stress . Summary . Methodological issues . Prior training for food reinforcement Noncontingent priming injections during training . Response rates during training Amount of drug exposure during training . The drug withdrawal period prior to tests for reinstatement . Side effects of the pharmacological and brain manipulations . Summary . Emerging issues . Does drug sensitization contribute to relapse to heroin and cocaine? . Drug priming and drug cues . Stress Application of the reinstatement model to mice . Concluding remarks and implications for addiction theories and treatment . Implications for addiction theories . Implications for treatment . Acknowledgments References.
Haemolytic disease. There were a number of other collaborations as well such as with the Blood Transfusion Service, the medical genetics laboratory under the direction of Victor McKusick ; at Johns Hopkins University in Maryland USA ; , researchers at the Ortho Pharmaceutical Corporation in New Jersey USA ; , and with personnel in an USA penitentiary that allowed novel ideas to be raised, explored, and tested page 32 ; . Many of the leading researchers could best be described as `amateurs' pages 35, 38 ; . They were physicians in Liverpool who cared for their patients during the day and then dealt with medical research projects usually in the evening after their clinical duties had concluded. At the beginning of their involvement in this research area, they had neither laboratory experience nor familiarity with many of the basic concepts. Nonetheless, they succeeded in putting forth and subjecting to experimental test the two-part `Liverpool hypothesis': that transfer of Rh-positive cells into Rh-negative mothers typically occurred at birth, not throughout pregnancy, and that the rapid removal of those fetal cells from maternal blood with anti-Rh anti-D ; antibody could prevent sensitization. The research surrounding treatment and prevention was accomplished with modest funding page 45 ; . In the present-day environment of big science and big budgets, it seems surprising how limited was the funding for this research. When substantial amounts of external support did come, in the form of a major Nuffield Foundation grant to the Liverpool group, it was only after the major part of the testing of the Liverpool hypothesis had already been accomplished. This Nuffield support allowed the establishment of a medical genetics research facility at the University of Liverpool which went on to grow in size and make key contributions in several different areas of medical genetics in the years that followed. Sadly, the departure of some of the original researchers left that unit vulnerable and, despite its illustrious history, it no longer exists. The clinicians and researchers were fortunate in the timely arrival of new technologies such as flexible catheters which greatly simplified the process of blood transfusions, the Kleihauer technique which was a crucial tool for measuring the presence of fetal cells in maternal blood, and the quantitative measure of anti-D antibody which permitted standardized anti-D delivery and rapidly pressed them into service pages 15, 1819, 3031.
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