ICSS

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ICSSInternational Computer Science Series (books)
ICSSIntelligent Customer Support Systems
ICSSInternet Connection Secure Server
ICSSInstrumentation, Control and Safety Systems (engineers)
ICSSInternational College for Security Studies (India)
ICSSInternational Civil Society Support (HIV/AIDS advocacy; Netherlands)
ICSSInternational Carotid Stenting Study
ICSSInternal Customer Satisfaction Survey (various locations)
ICSSIntracranial Self-Stimulation
ICSSInternational Conference on Social Sciences (Social Sciences Research Society)
ICSSIntelligent Customer Support Systems (Jones Cyber Solutions)
ICSSInternet Connection Secure Server (IBM)
ICSSInternational Customer Service Standard (Customer Service Institute of America)
ICSSIndustria Cartaria Santo Spirito
ICSSInternational Conference on System Sciences
ICSSInternational Canadian Skills Search LP (Alberta, Canada)
ICSSInstitute for Complex Strategic Studies
ICSSInternet Customer Self-Service (SAP)
ICSSIowa Cooperative Soil Survey
ICSSIntegrated Control & Safety System
ICSSInternational Carrier Sales and Solutions (telecommunications)
ICSSInformation and Communication Systems Security
ICSSInterim Contractor Supply Support
ICSSIntegrated Communication Switching System
ICSSInternational Conference on Surgery of the Shoulder (various locations; est. 1980)
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Gomita, "Evaluation of motivational efects induced by intracranial self-stimulation behavior," Acta Medica Okayama, vol.
Schmidt et al., "Anti-anhedonic effect of deep brain stimulation of the prefrontal cortex and the dopaminergic reward system in a genetic rat model of depression: an intracranial self-stimulation paradigm study," Brain Stimulation, vol.
In vivo voltammetry with removable carbon fibre electrodes in freely-moving mice: dopamine release during intracranial self-stimulation. J Neurosci Methods 2000;104:55-63.
Dissociation of dopamine release in the nucleus accumbens from intracranial self-stimulation. Nature 1999;398:67-9.
Extracellular dopamine dynamics in rat caudate-putamen during experimenter-delivered and intracranial self-stimulation. Neuroscience 2000; 96:697-706.