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Targeting Trends 2016 Newsletter

Read the 2016 newsletters Recent Scientific References 2016, issue 1: Striatal patch compartment lesions reduce cocaine-induced repetitive behaviors / by KA Horner and collaborators R Murray and MC Logan Mercer / featuring Dermorphin-SAP (Cat. #IT-12) From the President: New Beginnings Targeting Talk: Safety of the Toxin Featured Products: Custom Conjugates 2016, issue 2: Cerebral cholinergic …

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Targeting Tools: Brand New Website

We are proud to announce the release of our newly redesigned website. It has been crafted to reflect content our customers access most often and to provide new visitors an easier way to learn about ATS’s products and services. Immediately you will notice streamlined menus, simple navigation and access to the information you need, any …

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Targeting Tools: Beta Products

In an effort to accelerate offering new targeted toxins to our customers, we launched the Beta Product program early in 2015. Publications and collaborations are an invaluable source of independent data to support the efficacy of our products. To help streamline this process, we’ve created a catalog of new targeted toxins that we’re offering to …

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Cover Article: Striatal patch compartment lesions reduce cocaine-induced repetitive behaviors

by Kristen Ashley Horner and collaborators R. Murray and M.C. LoganMercer University School of Medicine, Savannah, GA 31404 Repeated exposure to psychostimulants, such as cocaine, can result in patterns of repetitive, inflexible behaviors, known as stereotypy.[1,2] These inflexible behaviors are thought to be similar to the type of behaviors observed with certain psychiatric disorders, such …

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