Article original (Abstract) | Publié le 18-02-2016
Jana Sirova et al. | Neurochemical Research 2016; 41(8): 1911-23
Methamphetamine (MA) is one of the most frequently abused psychostimulant drugs [1, 2]. People who abuse MA feel full of energy, stay awake with less need for sleep, have a reduced appetite and are able to lose weight quickly . Chronic abuse of MA, however, leads to neurodegenerative changes in the brain. These include damage to dopamine (DA) and serotonin axons, loss of gray matter accompanied...