Researchers use PET to understand how popular hallucinogen works

04/29/2008 | United Press International · ScienceDaily

Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory used PET scans to study how the hallucinogen Salvia divinorum travels through the brains of primates. "It's really important that we study drugs like Salvia and how they affect the brain in order to understand why they are abused," said the lead study author.

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