UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Todd Hillhouse and UW-Green Bay Psychology undergraduate Peyton Koppenhaver published an article in collaboration with a group at University of Michigan on a novel drug, BU10119, that blocks cocaine seeking and relapse in mice. The results from this article indicate that BU10119 should be further developed for management of cocaine relapse in individuals with cocaine addiction. Hillhouse can provide the article for free to anyone interested (please email firstname.lastname@example.org).
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