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Acquisition and expression of fat conditioned flavor preferences following dopamine D1, opioid and NMDA receptor antagonism in C57BL/6 mice.

著者 Iskhakova J , Mustac T , Yuabov A , Macanian J , Israel E , Dohnalova P , Iskhakov B , Lulu EB , Aminov S , Fazylov D , Bodnar RJ
Nutr Neurosci.2020 Feb 12 ; ():1-9.
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Inbred mouse strains differ in the pharmacology mediating sugar and fat intake and conditioned flavor preferences (CFP). C57BL/6, BALB/c and SWR inbred mice are differentially sensitive to dopamine (DA) D1, opioid and muscarinic receptor antagonism of sucrose, saccharin or fat intake, and to DA, opioid, muscarinic and N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor antagonism of acquisition of sucrose-CFP. DA D1, opioid and NMDA receptor antagonists differentially alter fat (Intralipid)-CFP in BALB/c and SWR mice. The present study examined whether naltrexone, SCH23390 or MK-801 altered acquisition and expression of Intralipid-CFP in C57BL/6 mice. In acquisition, groups of male food-restricted C57BL/6 mice received vehicle, naltrexone (1, 5 mg/kg), SCH23390 (50, 200 nmol/kg) or MK-801 (100, 200 μg/kg) before 10 training sessions in which mice alternately consumed two novel-flavored 5% (CS+) and 0.5% (CS-) Intralipid solutions. Six two-bottle CS choice tests followed with both flavors mixed in 0.5% Intralipid without injections. In expression, C57BL/6 mice underwent the 10 training sessions without injections followed by two-bottle CS choice tests 30 min following vehicle, naltrexone (1, 5 mg/kg), SCH23390 (200, 800 nmol/kg) or MK-801 (100, 200 μg/kg). Fat-CFP acquisition in C57BL/6 mice was significantly though marginally reduced following naltrexone, SCH23390 and MK-801. Fat-CFP expression was similarly reduced by naltrexone, SCH23390 and MK-801 in C57BL/6 mice. Discussion: C57BL/6 mice were more sensitive to DA D1, opioid and NMDA antagonists in the expression of fat-CFP relative to sugar-CFP, but were less sensitive to DA D1 and NMDA antagonists in the acquisition of fat-CFP relative to sugar-CFP.
PMID: 32050863 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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