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Sucrose preference test for measurement of stress-induced anhedonia in mice.
Liu MY, et al. Nat Protoc 2018. PMID 29988104
Here, we describe a protocol for the measurement of anhedonia in mice, in which anhedonia is measured by a sucrose preference test (SPT) based on a two-bottle choice paradigm. A reduction in the sucrose preference ratio in experimental relative to control mice is indicative of anhedonia. To date, inconsistent and variable results have been reported following the use of the SPT by different groups, probably due to the use of different protocols and equipment. ...
Here, we describe a protocol for the measurement of anhedonia in mice, in which anhedonia is measured by a sucrose preference test (S …
Preterm newborn pain research review
Field T. Infant Behav Dev 2017 - Review. PMID 28898671
Pharmacological interventions and their side effects and non-pharmacological therapies are also reviewed including sucrose, milk and nonnutritive sucking which have been effective but thought to negatively affect breast-feeding. ...
Pharmacological interventions and their side effects and non-pharmacological therapies are also reviewed including sucrose, milk and …
Ethanol and sucrose seeking and consumption following repeated administration of the GABA(B) agonist baclofen in rats.
Czachowski CL, et al. Alcohol Clin Exp Res 2006. PMID 16634849
This experiment assessed the effects of repeated administration of baclofen on reinforcer seeking and consumption using the sipper tube appetitive/consummatory model of ethanol access. ...Similarly, the high dose (3.0 mg/kg) decreased sucrose intake and had a tendency to increase ethanol intake while decreasing both sucrose seeking and ethanol seeking. ...
This experiment assessed the effects of repeated administration of baclofen on reinforcer seeking and consumption using the sipper tu …
Sensorial saturation and neonatal pain: a review
Locatelli C and Bellieni CV. J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med 2018 - Review. PMID 28797190
CONCLUSION: SS is a safe and effective approach to neonatal pain due to heel-prick, more effective than oral sucrose or glucose in both term and preterm babies; it seems also effective in other types of acute procedural pain like eye examination or intramuscular injections, but more studies are needed to confirm these preliminary data. ...
CONCLUSION: SS is a safe and effective approach to neonatal pain due to heel-prick, more effective than oral sucrose or glucose in bo …
Efficacy and safety of repeated oral sucrose for repeated procedural pain in neonates: A systematic review.
Gao H, et al. Int J Nurs Stud 2016 - Review. PMID 27474944
Some experiments have been performed to examine the efficacy and safety of repeated sucrose administration for repeated procedural pain; however, a systematic review of this topic has not yet been carried out. ...Regarding the clinical outcomes, no study reported adverse effects related to the repeated sucrose administration. Regarding the neurobehavioral development, two trials reported repeated sucrose for repeated procedural pain would not lead to poor neurologic development, while one trial reported that preterm infants <31 weeks' gestational age who received >10 doses of sucrose per 24h in the first week of life had poorer neurologic development compared with infants who received fewer sucrose doses. ...
Some experiments have been performed to examine the efficacy and safety of repeated sucrose administration for repeated proced …
Relation of Total Sugars, Sucrose, Fructose, and Added Sugars With the Risk of Cardiovascular Disease: A Systematic Review and Dose-Response Meta-analysis of Prospective Cohort Studies.
Khan TA, et al. Mayo Clin Proc 2019. PMID 31806098 Free article.
Prospective cohort studies assessing the association of reported intakes of total, sucrose, fructose and added sugars with CVD incidence and mortality in individuals free from disease at baseline were included. ...Total sugars, sucrose, and fructose were not associated with CVD incidence. Total sugars (risk ratio, 1.09 [95% confidence interval, 1.02 to 1.17]) and fructose (1.08 [1.01 to 1.15]) showed a harmful association for CVD mortality, there was no association for added sugars and a beneficial association for sucrose (0.94 [0.89 to 0.99]). ...
Prospective cohort studies assessing the association of reported intakes of total, sucrose, fructose and added sugars with CVD incide …
Positive affective vocalizations during cocaine and sucrose self-administration: a model for spontaneous drug desire in rats.
Browning JR, et al. Neuropharmacology 2011. PMID 21530553 Free PMC article.
To gain insight into the changes in affective state across the different phases of a standard self-administration experiment, we measured 50 kHz USVs in rats during cocaine self-administration and reinstatement, and compared these to sucrose self-administration and reinstatement. ...Rats trained for sucrose self-administration showed no elevation in USVs during acquisition when USVs were considered over the entire 2 h session, but they did show an elevation in USVs during acquisition when considered over only the first 5 min of the session. ...
To gain insight into the changes in affective state across the different phases of a standard self-administration experiment, we meas …
Ethanol and sucrose self-administration components: effects of drinking history.
Sharpe AL and Samson HH. Alcohol 2003. PMID 12657374
The exposure tended to increase appetitive behavior (breakpoint), but this effect was not unique to ethanol, as rats self-administering 3% sucrose showed a similar increase. ...That the addition of sucrose to the ethanol solution significantly increased appetitive and consummatory behaviors supports the suggestion that the composition of the alcoholic beverage can have a strong influence over the control of self-administration. ...
The exposure tended to increase appetitive behavior (breakpoint), but this effect was not unique to ethanol, as rats self-administering 3% …
The Role of the Sucrose-Responsive IR60b Neuron for Drosophila melanogaster: A Hypothesis.
Szyszka P and Galizia CG. Chem Senses 2018. PMID 29546407 Free PMC article.
They showed that it responds to sucrose and serves to limit sucrose consumption, and proposed that it may thereby act to prevent overfeeding. Here, we propose an alternative hypothesis for the functional role of sucrose feeding control, and for how this limitation of sucrose uptake is accomplished. ...
They showed that it responds to sucrose and serves to limit sucrose consumption, and proposed that it may thereby act to preve …
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