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Title: 1-methyl-tetrahydro-beta-carboline-3-carboxylic acid is present in the rat brain and is not increased after acute ethanol injection with cyanamide treatment.Author(s): Fukushima, S., Matsubara, K., Akane, A. and Shiono, H.Year: 1992Journal: Alcohol 9: 31-35,ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: 2-chloro-N -cyclopentyladenosine (CCPA), an adenosine A receptor agonist, suppresses ethanol withdrawal syndrome in rats.Author(s): Concas, A., Cuccheddu, T., Floris, S., Mascia, M. P. and Biggio, G.Year: 1994Journal: Alcohol and Alcoholism 29: 261-264,ISSN: 0735-0414Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: 5, 7-dihydroxytryptamine lesion does not affect ethanol-induced conditioned taste and place aversion in rats.Author(s): Bienkowski, P., Iwinska, K., Piasecki, J. and Kostowski, W.Year: 1997Journal: Alcohol 14: 439-443,ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The 5-HT3 antagonist MDL 72222 selectively blocks the discriminative stimulus effects of ethanol in rats.Author(s): Grant, K. A.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: P. 211. In: National Institute on Drug Abuse. Problems of drug dependence 1991: proceeding of the 53rd Annual Scientific Meeting, The Committee on Problems of Drug Dependence, Inc. (NIDA Res. Monogr. No. 119.) xxix + 687 pp.Year: 1992
Title: 5-HT3 receptors and central effects of ethanolAuthor(s): Kostowski, W.Year: 1996Journal: Polish Journal of Pharmacology 48: 243-254
Title: The 5-HT4 receptor antagonist, GR113808, reduces ethanol intake in alcohol-preferring ratsAuthor(s): Panocka, I., Ciccocioppo, R.Polidori, C., Pompei, P. and Massi, M.Year: 1995Journal: Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior 52(2): 255-259ISSN: 0091-3057Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: 5-HT receptor agnoists reduce ethanol-induced locomotor activity in mice.Author(s): Blomqvist, O., Söderpalm, B. and Engel, J. A.Year: 1994Journal: Alcohol 11: 157-161,ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: 5-HT receptor antagonist, tropisetron, does not influence ethanol-induced conditioned taste aversion and conditioned place aversion.Author(s): Bienkowski, P., Kuca, P., Piasecki, J. and Kostowski, W.Year: 1997Journal: Alcohol 14: 63-69,ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: 5-HT receptor blockade by amperozide suppresses ethanol drinking in genetically preferring rats.Author(s): Myers, R. D., Lankford, M. F. and Björk, A.Year: 1993Journal: Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior 45: 741-747,ISSN: 0091-3057Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: 7-ethoxycoumarin in 0-deethylation in perfused livers from ethanol-fed rats: evidence for an important role of mitochondrial reducing equivalents.Author(s): Reinke, L. A., Tupper, J. S. and Sweeney, D. J.Year: 1987Journal: Pharmacology 34: 167-175,ISSN: 0031-7012Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: 7-OHDPAT and alcohol consumption, withdrawal and discriminative stimulus properties in rats.Author(s): Meert, T. F. and Clincke, G. H. C.Year: 1994Journal: Alcohol and Alcoholism 29: 489-492,ISSN: 0735-0414Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Abamectin attenuates gastric mucosal damage induced by ethanol through activation of vagus nerve in ratsAuthor(s): Liu, M-Y., Chiang, J. P-J., Hsu, D-Z. and Deng, J-F.Year: 2003Journal: Alcohol 30(1): 61-65ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The abilities of 5-HT3 receptor antagonist ICS 205-930 to inhibit alcohol preference and withdrawal seizures in rats.Author(s): Kostowski, W., Dyr, W. and Krzascik, P.Year: 1993Journal: Alcohol 10: 369-373,ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Ability of baclofen in reducing alcohol intake and withdrawal severity: I-preclinical evidenceAuthor(s): Colombo, G., Agabio, R., Carai, M. A. M., Lobina, C., Addolorato, G. and Gessa, G. L.Year: 2000Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 2491): 58-65ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The ability of chlordiazepoxide to maintain ethanol tolerance and dependence.Author(s): Chan, A. W. K., Leong, F. W., Langan, M. C., Schanley, D. L. and Penetrante, M. L.Year: 1991Journal: Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior 38: 433-39,ISSN: 0091-3057Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Absence of disulfiram-type reactions to single and multiple doses of cefonicid: a placebo-controlled study.Author(s): McMahon, F. G., Ryan, J. R., Jain, A. K., LaCorte, W. and Ginzler, F.Year: 1987Journal: J. antimicrob. Chemother. 20: 913-918,
Title: Absence of effect of ranitidine on blood alcohol concentrations when taken morning, midday, or evening with or without food.Author(s): Toon, S., Khan, A. Z., Holt, B. I., Mullins, F. G. P., Langley, S. J. and Rowland, M. M.Year: 1994Journal: Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics 55: 385-391,
Title: Abuse liability and clinical pharmacokinetics of alprazolam in alcoholic men.Author(s): Ciraulo, D. A., Barnhill, J. G., Greenblatt, D. J., Shader, R. I., Ciraulo, A. M., Tarmey, M. F., Molloy, M. A. and Foti, M. E.Year: 1988Journal: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 49: 333-337,ISSN: 0160-6689Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Abuse liability of anabolic steroids and their possible role in the abuse of alcohol, morphine, and other substances.Author(s): Cicero, T. J. and O'Connor, L. H.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: Pp. 1-28. In: National Institute on Drug Abuse. Anabolic steroid abuse. (NIDA Res. Monogr. No. 102.) viii + 249 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Acamprosate and diazepam differentially modulate alcohol-induced behavioural and cortical alterations in rats following chronic inhalation of ethanol vapour.Author(s): Gewiss, M., Heidbreder, Ch., Opsomer, L., Durbin, Ph. and DeWitte, Ph.Year: 1991Journal: Alcohol and Alcoholism 26: 129-137,ISSN: 0735-0414Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acamprosate in alcohol dependence: how does it work?Author(s): Littleton, J.Year: 1995Journal: Addiction 90: 1179-1188,ISSN: 0965-2140Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acamprosate, MK-801, and Ifenprodil inhibit neurotoxicity and calcium entry induced by ethanol withdrawal in organotypic slice cultures from neonatal rat hippocampusAuthor(s): Mayer, S., Harris, B. R., Gibson, D. A., Blanchard, J. A., Prendergast, M. A., Holley, R. C. and Littleton, J.Year: 2002Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 26(10): 1468-1478ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acamprosate modulates synaptosomal GABA transmission in chronically alcoholised rats.Author(s): Daoust, M., Legrand, E., Gewiss, M., Heibreder, C., DeWitte, P., Tran, G. and Durbin, P.Year: 1992Journal: Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior 41: 669-674,ISSN: 0091-3057Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: An accidental death related to cocaine, cocaethylene, and caffeine.Author(s): Caughlin, L. J. and O'Halloran, R. L.Year: 1993Journal: J. forens. Sci. 38: 1513-1515,
Title: Accumbal dopamine concentration during operant self-administration of a sucrose or a novel sucrose with ethanol solutionAuthor(s): Doyon, W.M., Ramachandra, V., Samson, H.H., Czachowski, C.L. and Gonzales, R.A.Year: 2004Journal: Alcohol 34(2/3): 261-271ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acetaldehyde and morphine interaction in the preexposure conditioned taste aversion paradigm in the rat.Author(s): Ng Cheong Ton, J. M. and Amit, Z.Year: 1985Journal: Neuroscience Letters 61: 131-134,ISSN: 0304-3940Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acetaminophen activation by human liver cytochromes P450IIE1 and P450IA2.Author(s): Raucy, J. L., Lasker, J. M., Lieber, C. S. and Black, M.Year: 1989Journal: Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 271: 270-283,
Title: Acetaminophen and alcoholics. (Letter.)Author(s): Hall, A. H., Kulig, K. W. and Rumack, B. H.Year: 1987Journal: Dig. Dis. Sci. 32: 558:
Title: Acetaminophen fails to inhibit ethanol-induced subjective effects in human volunteers.Author(s): Pickworth, W. B., Klein, S. A., George, F. R. and Henningfield, J. E.Year: 1991Journal: Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior 41: 189-194,ISSN: 0091-3057Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acetaminophen hepatotoxicity, fasting and ethanol. (Letter.)Author(s): Bonkovsky, H. L.Year: 1995Journal: Journal of the American Medical Association 274: 301-302,ISSN: 0098-7484Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acetaminophen hepatotoxicity in the alcoholic.Author(s): Wootton, F. T. and Lee, W. M.Year: 1990Journal: Southern Medical Journal 83: 1047-1049,ISSN: 0038-4348Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acetaminophen (paracetamol) hepatotoxicity with regular intake of alcohol: analysis of instances of therapeutic misadventureAuthor(s): Zimmerman, H. J. and Maddrey, W. C.Year: 1995Journal: Hepatol. 22: 767-773
Title: Acetaminophen poisoning and liver function. (Letter.)Author(s): Smilkstein, M. J., Douglas, D. R. and Daya, M. R.Year: 1994Journal: New England Journal of Medicine 331: 1310-1311,ISSN: 0028-4793Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acetaminophen toxicity: report of case and review of the literature.Author(s): Schueler, L. and Harper, J. L.Year: 1995Journal: Journal of Oral Maxillofac. Surg. 53: 1208-1212,
Title: Acetate-induced adenosine mediated effects of ethanol.Author(s): Carmichael, F. J., Orrego, H. and Israel, Y.Publisher: Oxford * Pergamon Press;Source: Pp. 411-418. In: Taberner, P. V. and Badawy, A. A., eds. Advances in biomedical alcohol research. Proceedings of the 6th ISBRA Congress, Bristol, U.K., 21-26 June 1992. (Alcohol and Alcoholism, Suppl. No. 2.) xiv + 505 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Acetate-mediated effects of ethanol.Author(s): Israel, Y., Orrego, H. and Carmichael, F. J.Year: 1994Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 18: 144-148,ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acetate metabolism: new mysteries from old data. (Editorial).Author(s): Lands, W. E. M.Year: 1991Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 15: 393-394,ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acitretin biotransformation into etretinate: role of ethanol on in vitro hepatic metabolism.Author(s): Laugier, J. P., DeSousa, G., Bun, H., Geiger, J. M., Surber, C. and Rahmani, R.Year: 1994Journal: Dermatology 188: 122-125,
Title: Acquisition of a fixed ratio schedule in adult male rats neonatally exposed to ethanol and/or cocaineAuthor(s): Segar, T. M., Klebaur, J. E., Bardo, M. T. and Barron, S.Year: 1999Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 23(1): 7-11ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Action of ethanol and some alcoholic beverages on gastric acid secretion in anaesthetized rats.Author(s): Teyssen, S., Gonzalez-Calero, G., Korn, A. and Singer, M. V.Year: 1997Journal: Alcohol and Alcoholism 32: 23-31,ISSN: 0735-0414Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Action of ethanol on responses to nicotine from cerebellar interneurons and medial septal neurons: relationship to methyllycaconitine inhibition of nicotine responsesAuthor(s): Yang, X., Criswell, H. E. and Breese, G. R.Year: 1999Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 23(6): 983-990ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Action of ethanol on responses to nicotine from cerebellar Purkinje neurons: relationship to methyllycaconitine (MLA) inhibition of nicotine responsesAuthor(s): Yang, X., Criswell, H. E. and Breese, G. R.Year: 1999Journal: Neurochemistry International 35: 185-194ISSN: 0197-0186Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Actions and interactions of calcium modulators and ethanol on rat atrial membrane potentials.Author(s): Salvatici, R. P., Isaacson, R. L. and Carpentier, R. G.Year: 1990Journal: J. Electrocardiol. 23: 157-163,
Title: Actions and interactions of hypnotics on human performance: single doses of zopiclone, triazolam and alcohol.Author(s): Kuitunen, T., Mattila, M. J. and Seppala, T.Year: 1990Journal: Int. Clin. Psychopharmacol. 5 (Suppl. 2): 115-130,
Title: Actions of alcohol & drugs in older people.Author(s): Lamy, P. P.Publisher: San Francisco, CA * American Society on AgingSource: Pp. 9-13. In: Johnson, M., ed. Alcohol & drugs: abuse & misuse. 88 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Actions of ethanol and acetate on rat cortical neurons: ethanol/adenosine interactions.Author(s): Phillis, J. W., O'Regan, M. H. and Perkins, L. M.Year: 1992Journal: Alcohol 9: 541-546,ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Activation of acetaminophen oxidation in rat liver microsomes by caffeine.Author(s): Nouchi, T., Lasker, J. M. and Lieber, C. S.Year: 1986Journal: Toxicology Letters. 32: 1-8,ISSN: 0378-4274Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Activation of phospholipase D by chemotactic peptide in HL-60 granulocytes.Author(s): Pai, J.-K., Siegel, M. I., Egan, R. W. and Billah, M. M.Year: 1988Journal: Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 150: 355-364,ISSN: 0006-291XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute administration of alcohol blocks cocaine-induced striatal c-fos immunoreactivity protein in the rat.Author(s): Torres, G.Year: 1994Journal: Synapse 18: 161-167,ISSN: 0887-4476Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute and chronic alcohol-cocaine interactions in ratsAuthor(s): York, J. L. and MacKinnon, K.Year: 1999Journal: Alcohol 17(1): 13-18ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute and residual effects of alcohol and marijuana, alone and in combination, on mood and performance.Author(s): Chait, L. D. and Perry, J. L.Year: 1994Journal: Psychopharmacology 115: 340-349,ISSN: 0033-3158Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute behavioral and cardiac effects of cocaine and alcohol combinations in humans.Author(s): Higgins, S. T., Rush, C. R., Bickel, W. K., Hughes, J. R., Lynn, M. and Capeless, M. A.Year: 1993Journal: Psychopharmacology 111: 285-294,ISSN: 0033-3158Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute cardiovascular effects of cocaethylene and cocaine in rats.Author(s): Wang, Y., Walker, L. A. and Davis, W. M.Year: 1993Journal: Research Communications in Substances of Abuse 14: 217-226,ISSN: 0193-0818Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute comparison of clovoxamine and mianserin, alone and in combination with ethanol, on human psychomotor performance.Author(s): Strömberg, C. and Mattila, M. J.Year: 1987Journal: Pharmacology and Toxicology 60: 374-379,ISSN: 0901-9928Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute effects of ethanol (0.5 mg/kg) and its interaction with diazepam (5mg) and meclophenoxate (100 mg) on the blood pressure, the body temperature and the heart rate in man.Author(s): Hrbek, J., Macáková, J., Komenda, S., Siroká, A. and Rypka, M.Year: 1989Journal: Acta Univ Palacki. Olomuc. Fac. Med. 121: 235-252,
Title: Acute effects of ethanol and ethanol plus furosemide on pancreatic capillary blood flow in rats.Author(s): Dib, J. A., Cooper-Vastola, S. A., Meirelles, R. F., Jr., Bagschi, S., Caboclo, J. L. F., Holm, C. and Eisenberg, M. M.Year: 1993Journal: Amer. J. Surg. 166: 18-23,
Title: Acute effects of kava, alone or in combination with alcohol, on subjective measures of impairment and intoxication and on cognitive performance.Author(s): Foo, H. and Lemon, J.Year: 1997Journal: Drug and Alcohol Review 16: 147-155,ISSN: 0959-5236Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute effects of maprotiline, doxepin and zimeldine with alcohol in healthy volunteers.Author(s): Stromberg, C., Seppala, T. and Mattila, M. J.Year: 1988Journal: Arch. int. Pharmacodyn. 291: 217-228,
Title: The acute effects of zolpidem, administered alone and with alcohol, on cognitive and psychomotor function.Author(s): Wilkinson, C. J.Year: 1995Journal: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 56: 309-318,ISSN: 0160-6689Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute effects on psychomotor performance of binedaline alone and with alcohol.Author(s): Patat, A., Klein, M. J. and Jones, R. W.Year: 1988Journal: Meth. Find. exp. clin. Pharmacol. 10: 393-399,
Title: Acute encephalopathy and polyneuropathy after disulfiram intoxication.Author(s): Zorzon, M., Mase, G., Biasutti, E., Vitrani, B. and Cazzato, G.Year: 1995Journal: Alcohol and Alcoholism 30: 629-631,ISSN: 0735-0414Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute ethanol administration reduces the antidote effect of N-acetylcysteine after acetaminophen overdose in mice.Author(s): Dalhoff, K., Hansen, P. B., Ott, P., Loft, S. and Poulsen, H. E.Year: 1991Journal: Human and Experimental Toxicology 10: 431-433,ISSN: 0960-3271Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute ethanol-induced changes in cerebral blood flow.Author(s): Tiihonen, J., Kuikka, J., Hakola, P., Paanila, J., Airaksinen, J., Eronen, M. and Hallikainen, T.Year: 1994Journal: American Journal of Psychiatry 151: 1505-1508,ISSN: 0002-953XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute hepatotoxicity of acetaminophen in rats treated with ethanol plus isopentanolAuthor(s): Kostrubsky, V. E., Wood, S. G., Bush, M. D., Szakacs, J., Bement, W. J., Sinclair, P. R., Jeffey, E. H. and Sinclair, J. F.Year: 1995Journal: Biochemical Pharmacology 50(11): 1743-1748ISSN: 0006-2952Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute hydralazine overdose: marked ECG abnormalities in a young adult.Author(s): Smith, B. A. and Ferguson, D. B.Year: 1992Journal: Annals of Emergency Medicine 21: 126-130,
Title: Acute inhibitory effect of alcohol on sodium-lithium countertransport.Author(s): Adebayo, G. I., Gaffney, P., Buggy, D. and Feely, J.Year: 1994Journal: Alcohol 11: 367-370,ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute intoxication.Author(s): Marco, C. A. and Kelen, G. D.Publisher: Philadelphia * W. B. SaundersSource: Pp. 731-748. In: Harwood-Nuss, A., ed. Emergency aspects of alcoholism. (Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America, Vol. 8, No. 4.) ix + pp. 731-956.Year: 1990
Title: Acute intravenous toxicity of dimethyl sulfoxide, polyethylene glycol 400, dimethyl-formamide, absolute ethanol, and benzyl alcohol in inbred mouse strains.Author(s): Montaguti, P., Melloni, E. and Cavalletti, E.Year: 1994Journal: Arzneim.-Forsch./Drug Res. 44: 566-570,
Title: Acute liver failure induced by alcohol and paracetamol in an HCV-infected haemophiliacAuthor(s): Leach, M., Makris, M., Gleeson, D. C. and Preston, F. E.Year: 1998Journal: British Journal of Haematology 103: 891-893
Title: Acute MCPP intoxication: report of two cases.Author(s): Meulenbelt, J., Zwaveling, J. H., Van Zoonen, P. and Notermans, N. C.Year: 1988Journal: Human Toxicol. 7: 289-292,
Title: Acute poisoning from gamma hydroxybutyrate (GHB).Author(s): Steele, M. T. and Watson, W. A.Year: 1995Journal: Missouri Medicine 92: 354-357,
Title: Acute renal failure in an alcoholic during therapeutic acetaminophen ingestion.Author(s): Keaton, M. R.Year: 1988Journal: Southern Medical Journal 81: 1163-1166,ISSN: 0038-4348Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute trichloroethylene poisoning with additional ingestion of ethanol -- concentrations of trichloroethylene and its metabolites during hyperventilation therapy.Author(s): Köppel, C., Lanz, H.-J. and Ibe, K.Year: 1988Journal: Intensive Care Med. 14: 74-76,
Title: Additive cardiovascular effects of nicotine and ethanol.Author(s): Benowitz, N. L., Jones, R. T. and Jacob, P., 3d.Year: 1986Journal: Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics 40: 420-424,
Title: Additive reduction of alcohol drinking by 5-HT antagonist WAY 100635 and serotonin uptake blocker fluoxetine in alcohol-preferring P rats.Author(s): Zhou, F. C., McKinzie, D. L., Patel, T. D., Lumeng, L. and Li, T.Year: 1998Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 22: 266-269,ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Adenosine is required for ethanol-induced heterologous desensitization.Author(s): Nagy, L. E., Diamond, I., Collier, K., Lopez, L., Ullman, B. and Gordon, A. S.Year: 1989Journal: Molecular Pharmacology 36: 744-748,
Title: Adenosine mediates the effects of ethanol on the cAMP signal transduction system.Author(s): Gordon, A. S. and Diamond, I.Publisher: Oxford * Pergamon Press;Source: Pp. 437-441. In: Taberner, P. V. and Badawy, A. A., eds. Advances in biomedical alcohol research. Proceedings of the 6th ISBRA Congress, Bristol, U.K., 21-26 June 1992. (Alcohol and Alcoholism, Suppl. No. 2.) xiv + 505 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Adjuvant trazodone in the treatment of alcoholism: an open study.Author(s): Janiri, L., Hadjichristos, A., Buonanno, A., Rago, R., Mannelli, P. and DeRisio, S.Year: 1998Journal: Alcohol and Alcoholism. 33: 362-365,ISSN: 0735-0414Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Administration of a GABA antagonist selectively attenuates an ethanol-induced conditioned taste aversion.Author(s): Smith, B. R., Segal, R. B. and Amit, Z.Year: 1989Journal: Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior 33: 269-271,ISSN: 0091-3057Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Administration of leu-enkephalin impairs the acquisition of preference for ethanol.Author(s): Sandi, C., Borrell, J. and Guaza, C.Year: 1990Journal: Psychopharmacology 100: 350-354,ISSN: 0033-3158Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Adults and alcohol, other psychoactive drugs, and over-the-counter drugs: misuse, abuse, and dependence.Author(s): Stevenson, J. S.Publisher: New York * Springer Publishing;Source: Chap. 5, pp. 211-247. In: Burns, E. M., Thompson, A. and Ciccone, J. K., eds. An addictions curriculum for nurses and other helping professionals: volume two. The graduate level: advanced knowledge and practice. xii + 380 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Adverse drug reactions (ADRs) in patients with previous history of chronic alcohol consumption without signs of chronic hepatic damage: a prospective study.Author(s): Gonzáles-Martín, G., Dominichinni, H., Díaz, M. and Guevara, A.Year: 1995Journal: International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics 33: 20-26,ISSN: 0269-4727Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Adverse reactions to over-the-counter analgesics taken for therapeutic purposes.Author(s): Strom, B. L.Year: 1994Journal: Journal of the American Medical Association 272: 1866-1867,ISSN: 0098-7484Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Adverse reaction to mefloquine associated with ethanol ingestion.Author(s): Wittes, R. C. and Saginur, R.Year: 1995Journal: Canad. Med. Assoc. J. 152: 515-517,
Title: Aetiology and pathogenesis of alcoholic liver disease.Author(s): Lieber, C. S.Publisher: London * Baillière-Tindall;Source: Chap. 2, pp. 581-608. In: Hayes, P. C., ed. Alcoholic liver disease. (Baillière's Clinical Gastroenterology, Vol. 7, No. 3.) ix + 555-755 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Age dependent development of ethanol drinking in rats after inhibition of aldehyde dehydrogenase.Author(s): Barwick, V. S. and Myers, R. D.Year: 1992Journal: Alcohol 9: 501-507,ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Agents which modify channels as potential treatments in alcohol withdrawal.Author(s): Littleton, J. M. and Bouchenafa, O.Publisher: New York * Springer-VerlagSource: Chap. 15, pp. 184-200. In: Naranjo, C. A. and Sellers, E. M., eds. Novel pharmacological interventions for alcoholism. (Fifth Congress of the International Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism, Satellite Symposium.) xv + 378 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Age related hematological alterations in rats following chronic intake of ethanol and diazepamAuthor(s): Mahammad, R. B., Shafeek, A., Chetty, C. S. and Reddy, G. R.Year: 2001Journal: Research Communications in Alcohol and Substances of Abuse 22(1-2): 45-48ISSN: 1080-8388Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Aging, alcohol, and the liver.Author(s): Scott, R. B. and Mitchell, M. C.Year: 1988Journal: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 36: 255-265,ISSN: 0002-8614Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Aging, alcoholism and alcohol-drug interaction.Author(s): Seitz, H. K. and Simanowski, U. A.Year: 1994Journal: Alcologia 6: 81-87,ISSN: 0394-9826Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Aging: modulation of GABA binding sites by ethanol and diazepam.Author(s): Komiskey, H. L., Raemont, L. M. and Mundinger, K. L.Year: 1988Journal: Brain Research 458: 37-44,ISSN: 0006-8993Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Agonist and blocking effects of choline at the neuromuscular junction.Author(s): Sterz, R., Peper, K., Simon, J., Ebert, J. P., Edge, M., Pagala, M. and Bradley, R. J.Year: 1986Journal: Brain Research 385: 99-114,ISSN: 0006-8993Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol.Author(s): MacDonald, J., Twardon, E. M. and Shaffer, H. J.Publisher: Baltimore * Williams and Wilkins;Source: Chap. 7, pp. 109-137. In: Friedman, L., Fleming, N. F., Roberts, D. H. and Hyman, S. E., eds. Source book of substance abuse and addiction. xviii + 348 pp.Year: 1996
Title: AlcoholAuthor(s): Moak, D. H. and Anton, R. F.Publisher: New York * Oxford University PressSource: Chap. 4, pp. 75-94. In: McCrady, B. S. and Epstein, E. E., eds. Addictions: a comprehensive guidebook. xvii + 645pp.Year: 1999
Title: Alcohol abolishes the hypotensive effect of clonidine in spontaneously hypertensive rats.Author(s): Abdel-Rahman, A. A.Year: 1994Journal: Hypertension 24: 802-807,
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Title: Antihypertensive drug therapy in alcohol dependence.Author(s): Doyal, L. E., Morton, W. A. and Crane, D. F.Year: 1988Journal: Psychosomatics 29: 301-306,
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Title: Anxiety in mice following acute aspartame and ethanol exposureAuthor(s): LaBuda, C. J. and Hale, R. L.Year: 2000Journal: Alcohol 20(1): 69-74ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
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