Case Study

Exploring Novel Compounds for Suppressing Drug Self-Administration

This case study highlights the work of the Hemby Lab at High Point University, where researchers utilize HPLC-ECD analysis to investigate novel compounds that may suppress drug self-administration. Their goal is to understand the neurochemical mechanisms of addiction and develop potential therapeutic interventions for substance abuse disorder.

  • Innovative Research Methods: Learn how HPLC-ECD analysis aids in exploring the pharmacokinetics of experimental compounds.
  • Addressing Addiction: Understand the neurochemical underpinnings of substance abuse and how novel compounds can mitigate drug-seeking behavior.
  • Therapeutic Insights: Discover potential new approaches for treating substance abuse disorder based on comprehensive neurochemical and behavioral assessments.

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