NIDA News Scan #65

NewsScan #65 includes summaries of eight NIDA-funded scientific studies on a variety of topics, including school responses to suspicionless random drug testing, effects of targeting the brain’s dopamine D3 receptor, how glutamate transmissions eliminates cocaine-induced place preference in rats, how men with AAS dependence have prevalence of opioid dependence, benzotropine analogs reduces cocaine self-administration in rats, new database for addiction-related genes, injection drug users in Mexico have latent TB infection and how drug combinations contribute to HIV risk in gay/bisexual men.