Nitrogen-Containing Compounds Metabolism

Use For
  • amino acids
  • catecholamine
  • dopamine
  • endorphins
  • GABA
  • gout
  • monamine oxidase (MAO)
  • N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA)
  • norepinephrine
  • nucleic acids
  • peptides
  • proteins
  • serotonin

The above terms should instead be replaced for the preferred term above "Nitrogen-Containing Compounds Metabolism".

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Title: 1-methyl-4-phenyl-1,2,3,6-tetrahydropyridine (MPTP) neurotoxicity in mice is enhanced by ethanol on acetaldehyde.Author(s): Corsini, G. U., Zuddas, A., Bonuccelli, U., Schinelli, S. and Kopin, I. J.Year: 1986Journal: Life Sciences 40: 827-832,ISSN: 0024-3205Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
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: [³H] ethylketocyclazocine binding to brain opioid receptor subtypes in alcohol-preferring AA and alcohol-avoiding ANA rats.Author(s): Soini, S. L., Honkanen, A., Hyytia, P. and Korpi, E. R.Year: 1999Journal: Alcohol 18(1): 27-34,ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: [³H]noradrenaline efflux from platelets and synaptosomes of ethanol-treated rats.Author(s): Öhlin, H., Mattiasson, I., Christensson, B., Nyström, I. and Hood, B.Year: 1987Journal: Acta physiol. scand. 129: 529-533,
Title: 4.0T water proton T1 relaxation times in normal human brain and during acute ethanol intoxicationAuthor(s): Rooney, W. D., Lee, J-H., Li, X., Wang, G-J., Franceschi, D., Springer, C. S., Jr. and Volkow, N. D.Year: 2000Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 24(6): 830-836ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: A 500 MH H NMR spectroscopic study of Met -enkephalinamide in aqueous solution: ethanol induced conformational changes.Author(s): Renugopalakrishnan, V., Huang, S.-G. and Rapaka, R. S.Year: 1987Journal: Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 143: 126-132,ISSN: 0006-291XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: 5-HT3 receptors and central effects of ethanolAuthor(s): Kostowski, W.Year: 1996Journal: Polish Journal of Pharmacology 48: 243-254
Title: 5-HT3 receptors and the neural actions of alcohols: an increasingly exciting topicAuthor(s): Lovinger, D. M.Year: 1999Journal: Neurochemistry International 35: 125-130ISSN: 0197-0186Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: 5-HT, dopamine, norepinephrine, and related metabolites in brain of low alcohol drinking (LAD) rats shift after chronic intra-hippocampal infusion of harmanAuthor(s): Adell, A. and Myers, R. D.Year: 1995Journal: Neurochem. Res. 20(2): 209-215
Title: The 5 * HT receptor agonist 8-OH-DPAT reduces ethanol intake and maintained behavior in female Sprague-Dawley rats.Author(s): Wilson, A. W., Neill, J. C. and Costall, B.Year: 1996Journal: Alcohol 13: 407-413,ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: 5-HT receptors: implications for the neuropharmacology of alcohol and alcoholismAuthor(s): Overstreet, D. H., Rezvani, A. H., Pucilowski, O. and Janowsky, D. S.Publisher: Oxford, UK * Pergamon;Source: Pp. 205-210. In: Saunders, J. B. and Whitfield, J. B., eds. The biology of alcohol problems. Proceedings of the Seventh Congress of the International Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism. (Alcohol and Alcoholism, Suppl No. 2, 1994.) xvi + 560 pp. + index.Year: 1994
Title: 5-HT transporter sites and 5HT1A and 5-HT3 receptors in fawn-hooded rats: a quantitative autoradiography studyAuthor(s): Chen, F. and Lawrence, A. J.Year: 2000Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 24(7): 1093-1102ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: 5-hydroxytryptamine receptors.Author(s): Zifa, E. and Fillion, G.Year: 1992Journal: Pharmacol. Rev. 44: 401-458,
Title: 8-bromo-cAMP mimics beta-adrenergic sensitization of GABA responses to ethanol in cerebellar purkinje neurons in vivo.Author(s): Freund, R. K. and Palmer, M. R.Year: 1996Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 20: 408-412,ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Absence of myophosphorylase in ethanol induced cardiomyopathy.Author(s): Baruah, J. K. and Kinder, D.Year: 1988Journal: Exp. Pathol. 33: 197-200,
Title: Absorption, transport and distribution of vitamin E.Author(s): Bjorneboe, A., Bjorneboe, G.-E. Aa. and Drevon, C. A.Year: 1990Journal: Journal of Nutrition 120: 233-242,
Title: Abstracts of the XXIII Annual Nordic Meeting on Biological Alcohol Research, Var Gard, Saltsjobaden, Sweden, April 22-24, 1994.Publisher: Copenhagen * Nordic Pharmacological Society;Source: varying pages.Year: 1994Journal: (Pharmacology & Toxicology, Vol. 74, Suppl. 1.)ISSN: 0901-9928Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: An abundant proneurotensin polymorphism, 479A>G, and a test of its association with alcohol dependence in a Finnish populationAuthor(s): Vanakoski, J., Mazzanti, C., Naukkarinen, H., Virkkunen, M. and Goldman, D.Year: 2000Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 24(6): 762-765ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Abuse and therapeutic potential of gamma-hydroxybutyric acidAuthor(s): Galloway, G. P., Frederick-Osborne, S. L., Seymour, R., Contini, S. E. and Smith, D. E.Year: 2000Journal: Alcohol 20(3): 263-269ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acamprosate decreases alcohol behavioral dependence and hypermotility after alcohol withdrawal but increases inhibitory amino-acids in alcohol-attracted inbred rats using microdialysis of the nucleus accumbens.Author(s): DeWitte, P., Dahchour, A., Quertemont, E., Durbin, P. and Chabac, S.Publisher: Berlin * Springer-Verlag;Source: Pp. 71-91. In: Soyka, M., ed. Acamprosate in relapse prevention of alcoholism. xi + 174 pp.Year: 1996
Title: Acamprosate decreases the hypermotility during repeated ethanol withdrawal.Author(s): Dahchour, A. and DeWitte, P.Year: 1999Journal: Alcohol 18(1): 77-81,ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acamprosate is neuroprotective against glutamate-induced exitotoxicity when enhanced by ethanol withdrawal in neocortical cultures of fetal rat brainAuthor(s): Al Qatari, M., Khan, S., Harris, B. and Littleton, J.Year: 2001Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 25(9): 1276-1283ISSN: 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: 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: Accumbal strychnine-sensitive glycine receptors: an access point for ethanol to the brain reward system.Author(s): Molander, A. and Soderpalm, B.Year: 2005Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 29(1): 27-37ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Accumulation of cAMP in the cells of Candida tropicalis at an early stage of ethanol-induced filamentous growth and its prevention by myoinositol.Author(s): Omi, K. and Kamihara, T.Year: 1989Journal: Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 162: 646-650,ISSN: 0006-291XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acetaldehyde adducts and excessive alcohol consumption.Author(s): Niemalä, O.Publisher: New York * Plenum Publishing Corp.;Source: Pp. 71-75. In: Palmer, T. N., ed. Alcoholism: a molecular perspective. (NATO ASI Series A: Life Sciences, Vol. 206.) ix + 306 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Acetaldehyde adducts: role in ethanol-induced liver diseaseAuthor(s): Koskinas, J.Publisher: London * Taylor and Francis;Source: Chap. 5, pp. 130-149. In: Sherman, D. I. N., Preedy, V. R. and Watson, R. R., eds. Ethanol and the liver: mechanisms and management. xxiii + 689 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Acetaldehyde/protein interactions: are they involved in the pathogenesis of alcoholic liver disease?Author(s): Worrall, S., deJersey, J., Nicholls, R. and Wilce, P.Year: 1993Journal: Dig. Dis. 11: 265-277,
Title: Acetylation phenotype in abstinent alcoholics.Author(s): Guthrie, S. K., Lane, E. A. and Linnoila, M.Year: 1989Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 13: 66-68,ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: [Acetylation phenotype in abstinent alcoholics.] (Letter.)Author(s): Guthrie, S.Year: 1989Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 13: 809,ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acetylcarnitine-mediated inhibition of ethanol oxidation in hepatocytes.Author(s): Cha, Y-S. and Sachan, D. S.Year: 1995Journal: Alcohol 12: 289-294,ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acetylcholine receptor gene expression in skeletal muscle of chronic ethanol-fed rats.Author(s): Held, I. R., Sayers, S. T. and McLane, J. A.Year: 1991Journal: Alcohol 8: 173-177,ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acid-base balance in alcohol users seen in an emergency room.Author(s): Lamminpaa, A. and Vilska, J.Year: 1991Journal: Vet. Hum. Toxicol. 33: 482-485,
Title: ACTH and alcohol consummatory behavior.Author(s): Maickel, R. P., Krishnan, S. and Zabik, J. E.Publisher: Totowa, NJ * Humana PressSource: Pp. 307-323. In: Watson, R. R., ed. Alcohol abuse treatment. (Drug and Alcohol Abuse Reviews, vol. 3.) xi + 327 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Action of ethanol and zolpidem on gamma-aminobutyric acid responses from cerebellar purkinje neurons: relationship to beta-adrenergic receptor inputAuthor(s): Yang, X., Knapp, D. J., Criswell, H. E. and Breese, G. R.Year: 1998Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 22(8): 1655-1661ISSN: 0145-6008Get 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 intraduodenal ethanol on exocrine pancreatic secretion in chronic alcoholic rats fed with different diets.Author(s): De Dios, I., Gallego, H. A. and Manso, M. A.Year: 1994Journal: Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 108A: 395-404,
Title: Actions of acamprosate on neurons of the central nervous system.Author(s): Zieglgänsberger, W., Hauser, C., Wetzel, C., Putzke, J., Siggins, G. R. and Spanagel, R.Publisher: Berlin * Springer-Verlag;Source: Pp. 65-70. In: Soyka, M., ed. Acamprosate in relapse prevention of alcoholism. xi + 174 pp.Year: 1996
Title: Actions of acute and chronic ethanol on presynaptic terminals.Author(s): Roberto, M., Treistman, S.N., Pietrzykowski, A.Z., Weiner, J., Galindo, R., Mameli, M., Valenzuela, F., Zhu, P.J., Lovinger, D., et al.Year: 2006Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 30(2): 222-232ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Actions of alcohols and other sedative/hypnotic compounds on cation channels associated with glutamate and 5-HT receptors.Author(s): Lovinger, D. M. and Peoples, R. W.Publisher: New York * Plenum Press;Source: Pp. 157-167. In: Alling, C., Diamond, I., Leslie, S. W., Sun, G. Y. and Wood, W. G., eds. Alcohol, cell membranes, and signal transduction in brain. xiii + 320 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Actions of n-alcohols on nicotinic acetylcholine receptor ion channels in cultured rat muscle cells.Author(s): Murrell, R. D. and Haydon, D. A.Publisher: New York * New York Academy of Sciences;Source: Pp. 365-374. In: Rubin, E., Miller, K. W. and Roth, S. H., eds. Molecular and cellular mechanisms of alcohol and anesthetics. (Annals of New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 625.) xv + 848 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Activation of cyclic AMP-dependent protein kinase reverses tolerance of a nucleoside transporter to ethanolAuthor(s): Coe, I. R., Dohrman, D. P., Constantinescu, A., Diamond, I. and Gordon, A. S.Year: 1996Journal: Journal Pharmacol. Exp. Ther. 276(2): 365-369
Title: Activation of NADPH oxidase and phospholipase D in permeabilized human neutrophils.Author(s): Bauldry, S. A., Elsey, K. L. and Bass, D. A.Year: 1992Journal: Journal of Biological Chemistry 267: 25141-25152,ISSN: 0021-9258Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Activity of the adenylyl cyclase in lymphocytes of male alcoholic patients is state dependentAuthor(s): Szegedi, A., Anghelescu, I., Pauly, T., Dahmen, N., Muller, M. J., Wetzel, H. and Hiemke, C.Year: 1998Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 22(9): 2073-2079ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute action of ethanol on rat hippocampal CA1 neurons: effects on intracellular signalingAuthor(s): Lahnsteiner, E. and Hermann, A.Year: 1995Journal: Neursci. Lett. 191: 153-156
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 administration of ethanol suppresses pentylenetetrazole-induced c-fos expression in rat brain.Author(s): Le, F., Wilce, P. A., Cassady, I., Hume, D. A. and Shanley, B. C.Publisher: Oxford * Pergamon PressSource: Pp. 211-214. In: Kalant, H., Khanna, J. M. and Israel, Y., eds. Advances in biomedical alcohol research. xiv + 534 pp. + vi.Year: 1991
Title: Acute administration of ethanol suppresses pentylenetetrazole-induced c-fos expression in rat brain.Author(s): Le, F., Wilce, P., Cassady, I., Hume, D. and Shanley, B.Year: 1990Journal: Neuroscience Letters 120: 271-274,ISSN: 0304-3940Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute alcohol intoxication.Author(s): Tabakoff, B. and Petersen, R. C.Year: 1990Journal: Counselor, Arlington, VA 8 (No. 5): 27-29,
Title: Acute and chronic actions of ethanol on endogenous calmodulin content in synaptic plasma membranes from rat brain.Author(s): Hamoudi, W. H., Iqbal, Z. and Sze, P. Y.Year: 1995Journal: Biochemical Pharmacology 49: 777-784,ISSN: 0006-2952Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute and chronic alcohol injections increase taurine in the nucleus accumbensAuthor(s): DeWitte, P., Bahchour, A. and Quertemong, E.Publisher: Oxford, UK * Pergamon;Source: Pp. 229-233. In: Saunders, J. B. and Whitfield, J. B., eds. The biology of alcohol problems. Proceedings of the Seventh Congress of the International Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism. (Alcohol and Alcoholism, Suppl No. 2, 1994.) xvi + 560 pp. + index.Year: 1994
Title: Acute and chronic effect of ethanol on hepatic albumin synthesis in rat liver in vitro.Author(s): Ohtake, H., Kato, S., Murawaki, Y., Kishimoto, Y., Wakushima, T. and Hirayama, C.Year: 1986Journal: Research Communications in Chemical Pathology and Pharmacology 53: 213-231,
Title: The acute and chronic effects of alcohol upon cardiac nucleotide status.Author(s): Patel, V. B., Salisbury, J. R., Rodrigues, L. M., Griffiths, J. R., Richardson, P. J. and Preedy, V. R.Year: 1996Journal: Addiction Biology 1: 171-180,ISSN: 1355-6215Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute and chronic effects of ethanol on the brain: interaction of ethanol with adenosine, adenosine transporters, and adenosine receptors.Author(s): Dunnwiddie, T. V.Publisher: Boca Raton, FL * CRC Press;Source: Chap. 9, pp. 147-161. In: Deitrich, R. A. and Erwin, V. G., eds. Pharmacological effects of ethanol on the nervous system. [xviii] + 459 pp.Year: 1996
Title: The acute and chronic effects of ethanol on cardiac muscle protein synthesis in the rat in vivo.Author(s): Preedy, V. R. and Peters, T. J.Year: 1990Journal: Alcohol 7: 97-102,ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute and chronic ethanol exposure alters the function of hippocampal kainate receptors expressed in Xenopus oocytes.Author(s): Dildy-Mayfield, J. E. and Harris, R. A.Year: 1992Journal: Journal of Neurochemistry 58: 1569-1572,ISSN: 0022-3042Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute and chronic ethanol treatment on beta-endorphin and cetecholamine levels.Author(s): Patel, V. A. and Pohorecky, L. A.Year: 1989Journal: Alcohol 6: 59-63,ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute effect of altered tryptophan levels and alcohol on aggression in normal human malesAuthor(s): Pihl, R. O., Young, S. N., Harden, P., Plotnick, S., Chamberlain, B. and Ervin, F. R.Year: 1995Journal: Psychopharmacology 119: 353-360ISSN: 0033-3158Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute effect of ethanol on anxiety and 5-HT in the prefrontal cortex of ratsAuthor(s): Langen, B., Dietze, S. and Fink, H.Year: 2002Journal: Alcohol 27(2): 135-141ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The acute effects of ethanol and acetaldehyde on rates of protein synthesis in Type I and Type II fibre-rich skeletal muscles of the rat.Author(s): Preedy, V. R., Keating, J. W. and Peters, T. J.Year: 1992Journal: Alcohol and Alcoholism 27: 241-251,ISSN: 0735-0414Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The acute effects of ethanol and acetaldehyde on the synthesis of mixed and contractile proteins of the jejunum.Author(s): Marway, J. S. and Preedy, V. R.Year: 1995Journal: Alcohol and Alcoholism 30: 211-217,ISSN: 0735-0414Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute effects of ethanol on GABA(A) and glycine receptor function.Author(s): Mihic, S. J.Year: 1999Journal: Neurochemistry International 35: 115-123ISSN: 0197-0186Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute effects of ethanol on GABA receptor function: molecular and physiological determinants.Author(s): Leidenheimer, N. J. and Harris, R. A.Publisher: New York * Raven Press;Source: Pp. 269-279. In: Biggio, G., Concas, A. and Costa, E., eds. GABAergic synaptic transmission: molecular, pharmacological, and clinical aspects. (Advances in Biochemical Psychopharmacology, Vol. 47.) xxiv + 499 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Acute effects of ethanol on kainate receptors in cultured hippocampal neuronsAuthor(s): Costa, E. T., Soto, E. E., Cardoso, R. A., Olivera, D. S. and Valenzuela, C. F.Year: 2000Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 24(2): 220-225ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute effects of ethanol on kainate receptors with different subunit compositionsAuthor(s): Valenzuela, C. F. and Cardoso, R. A.Year: 1999Journal: Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 288(3): 1199-1206
Title: Acute effects of ethanol on protein synthesis in different muscles and muscle protein fractions of the rat.Author(s): Preedy, V. R. and Peters, T. J.Year: 1988Journal: Clin. Sci. 74: 461-466,
Title: Acute effects of ethanol on recombinant kainate receptors: lack of role of protein phosphorylation.Author(s): Valenzuela, C. F., Cardoso, R. A., Lickteig, R., Browning, M. D. and Nixon, K. M.Year: 1998Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 22: 1292-1299,ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute ethanol administration and the metabolism of glutamine by skeletal muscle of the rat: implications for ethanol-induced reductions in protein synthesis.Author(s): ParryBillings, M., Preedy, V., Opara, E., Liu, C.-T. and Newsholme, E. A.Year: 1992Journal: Alcohol and Alcoholism 27: 613-618,ISSN: 0735-0414Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute ethanol administration oxidatively damages and depletes mitochondrial DNA in mouse liver, brain, heart, and skeletal muscles: protective effects of antioxidantsAuthor(s): Mansouri, A., Demeilliers, C., Amsellem, S., Pessayre, D. and Fromenty, B.Year: 2003Journal: Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 298(2): 737-743
Title: Acute ethanol decreases dopamine transporter velocity in rat stratium: in vivo and in vitro electrochemical measurementsAuthor(s): Robinson, D.L., Volz, T.J., Schenk, J.O. and Wightman, R.M.Year: 2005Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 29(5): 746-755ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute ethanol dosage reduces the synthesis of smooth muscle contractile proteins in the small intestine of the rat.Author(s): Preedy, V. R., Duane, P. and Peters, T. J.Year: 1988Journal: Gut 29: 1244-1248,
Title: Acute ethanol effects on cell volume regulation.Author(s): Kanli, H. and Terreros, D. A.Year: 1990Journal: Ann. clin. lab. Sci. 20: 205-213,
Title: Acute ethanol increases taurine but neither glutamate nor GABA in the nucleus accumbens of male rats: a microdialysis study.Author(s): Dahchour, A., Quertemont, E. and De Witte, P.Year: 1994Journal: Alcohol and Alcoholism 29: 485-487,ISSN: 0735-0414Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute ethanol-induced adenosine diphosphate ribosylation regulates the functional activity of rat striatal pertussis toxin-sensitive G proteins.Author(s): Dar, M.S. and Meng, Z.-H.Year: 2004Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 28(9): 1299-1307ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute ethanol ingestion modifies the circulating plasma levels of atrial natriuretic peptide.Author(s): Wigle, D. A., Pang, S. C., Sarda, I. R., Watson, J. D., Radakovic, N. N., Roy, R. and Flynn, T. G.Year: 1993Journal: Alcohol 10: 275-280,ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute ethanol ingestion raises plasma gamma amino-butyric acid levels in healthy men.Author(s): Bannister, P., Levy, L., Bolton, R. and Losowsky, M. S.Year: 1988Journal: Alcohol and Alcoholism 23: 45-48,ISSN: 0735-0414Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute ethanol inhibits extracellular signal-regulated kinase, protein kinase B, and adenosine 3':5'-cyclic monophosphate reponse element binding protein activity in an age- and brain region- specific mannerAuthor(s): Chandler, L.J. and Sutton, G.Year: 2005Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 29(4): 672-682ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute ethanol intake produces lipid peroxidation in rat red blood cells membranes.Author(s): Gutierrez-Salinas, J., Zentella de Pina, M. and Pina, E.Year: 1993Journal: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology International 29: 263-270,
Title: Acute ethanol intoxication prevents lipopolysaccharide- induced down regulation of protein kinase C in rat Kupffer cells.Author(s): D'Souza, N. B., Bautista, A. P., Lang, C. H. and Spitzer, J. J.Year: 1992Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 16: 64-67,ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute in vivo effects of low ethanol concentration on the capacity of urea synthesis in rats.Author(s): Jensen, S. A., Almdal, T. P. and Vilstrup, H.Year: 1991Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 15: 90-93,ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Acute tyrosine depletion and alcohol ingestion in healthy womenAuthor(s): Leyton, M., Young, S. N., Blier, P., Baker, G. B., Pihl, R. O. and Benkelfat, C.Year: 2000Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 24(4): 459-464ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Adaptation in membrane Ca channels as a basis for alcohol-related pathology.Author(s): Littleton, J. M., Harper, J. C., Brennan, C. H. and Guppy, L. J.Year: 1988Journal: Australian Drug and Alcohol Review 7: 35-38,ISSN: 0726-4550Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Adaptation in neuronal Ca -channels may cause alcohol physical dependence.Author(s): Littleton, J., Harper, J., Hudspith, M., Pagonis, C., Dolin, S. and Little, H.Publisher: New York * Oxford University PressSource: Chap. 5, pp. 60-72. In: Lader, M., ed. The psychopharmacology of addiction. (British Association for Psychopharmacology Monogr. No. 10.) viii + 184 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Adaptation of neuronal cell membranes to chronic alcohol consumption.Author(s): Rottenberg, H.Publisher: Boca Raton, FL * CRC PressSource: Chap. 12, pp. 185-204. In: Watson, R. R. ed. Alcohol and neurobiology: receptors, membranes, and channels. 321 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Adaptive changes of dopamine-D receptors in rat brain following ethanol withdrawal: a quantitative autoradiographic investigation.Author(s): Rommelspacher, H., Raeder, C., Kaulen, P. and Brüning, G.Year: 1992Journal: Alcohol 9: 355-362,ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Adaptive responses of gamma-aminobutyric acid neurons in the ventral tegmental area to chronic ethanolAuthor(s): Gallegos, R. A., Lee, R.-S., Criado, J. R., Henriksen, S. J. and Steffensen, S. C.Year: 1999Journal: Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 291(3): 1045-1053
Title: Adaptive responses to ethanol in the central nervous system.Author(s): Tabakoff, B. and Hoffmann, P. L.Publisher: New York * Pergamon PressSource: Chap. 5, pp. 99-112. In: Goedde, H. W. and Agarwal, D. P., eds. Alcoholism: biomedical and genetic aspects. viii + 364 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Addicted: why do people get hooked? Mounting evidence points to a powerful brain chemical called dopamine.Author(s): Nash, J. M.Year: 1997Journal: Time 149 (No. 18): 68-76,
Title: Addiction and the brain: the neurobiology of compulsion and its persistenceAuthor(s): Hyman, S. E. and Malenka, R. C.Year: 2001Journal: Nature Reviews Neuroscience 2(10): 695-703ISSN: 1471-003XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Addiction and its brain scienceAuthor(s): Spanagel, R. and Heilig, M.Year: 2005Journal: Addiction 100(12): 1813-1822ISSN: 0965-2140Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Addiction: from biology to drug policyAuthor(s): Goldstein, A.Publisher: Oxford * Oxford University PressSource: 2d ed. xii + 353 pp.Year: 2001
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Title: Alcohol action on membrane ion channels gated by extracellular ATP (P2X receptors).Author(s): Weight, F. F., Li, C. and Peoples, R. W.Year: 1999Journal: Neurochemistry International 35: 143-152ISSN: 0197-0186Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
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Title: Alcohol acutely down-regulates urea synthesis in normal menAuthor(s): Aagaard, N.K., Thogersen, T., Grofte, T., Greisen, J. and Vilstrup, H.Year: 2004Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 28(5): 697-701ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol addiction (alcoholism) and the opioid system.Author(s): Terenius, L.Year: 1996Journal: Alcohol 13: 31-34,ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol, aggression and serotonin: metabolic aspects.Author(s): Badawy, A. A-B.Year: 1998Journal: AlcoholAlcsm. 33: 66-72,
Title: Alcohol, aggression, and violence: biobehavioral determinants.Author(s): Miczek, K. A., Weerts, E. M. and DeBold, J. F.Publisher: Rockville, MDSource: Chap. 4, pp. 83-119. In: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Alcohol and interpersonal violence: fostering multidisciplinary perspectives. (NIAAA Research Monogr. No. 24.) xiv + 323 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Alcohol, altered gut permeability, and endotoxins.Author(s): Parlesak, A.Publisher: London * Elsevier Academic PressSource: Chap. 75, pp. 965-977. In: Preedy, V.R. and Watson, R.R., eds. Comprehensive handbook of alcohol related pathology: vol. 2. xxi + pp. 556-1193.Year: 2005
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Title: Alcohol and anesthetic mechanisms in genetically engineered miceAuthor(s): Homanics, G. E., Quinlan, J. J., Mihalek, R. M. and Firestone, L. L.Year: 1998Journal: Front. Biosci. 3: d548-d558
Title: Alcohol and antioxidant systems.Author(s): Nordmann, R.Year: 1994Journal: Alcohol and Alcoholism 29: 513-522,ISSN: 0735-0414Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol and apolipoproteinsAuthor(s): Deeg, M.Publisher: London * Taylor and Francis;Source: Chap. 15, pp. 169-179. In: Watson, R. R. and Myers, A. K., eds. Alcohol and heart disease. xvii + 261 pp.Year: 2002
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Title: Alcohol and biological membranes.Author(s): Goldstein, D. B.Publisher: New York * Pergamon PressSource: Chap. 4, pp. 87-98. In: Goedde, H. W. and Agarwal, D. P., eds. Alcoholism: biomedical and genetic aspects. viii + 364 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Alcohol and the brainAuthor(s): Watson, W. P. and Little, H. J.Publisher: London * Routledge;Source: Chap. 4, pp. 39-50. In: Caan, W. and De Belleroche, J., eds. Drink, drugs and dependence: from science to clinical practice. xix + 303 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Alcohol and the brain: recent advances in biomedical research.Author(s): Shanley, B. C.Year: 1991Journal: Drug and Alcohol Review 10: 75-78,ISSN: 0959-5236Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol and the brain: setting the benefit/risk balance.Author(s): Govoni, S., Trabucchi, M., Cagiano, R. and Cuomo, V.Year: 1994Journal: Alcohol 11: 241-246,ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol and the brain: what's NO got to do with it?Author(s): Lancaster, F. E.Year: 1995Journal: Metab. Brain Dis. 10(2): 125-133
Title: Alcohol and cancer.Author(s): Garro, A. J. and Lieber, C. S.Year: 1990Journal: Annu. Rev. Pharmacol. Toxicol. 30: 219-249,
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Title: Alcohol and the central nervous system.Author(s): Littleton, J. M.Publisher: Oxford * Oxford University Press;Source: Chap. 7, pp. 238-253. In: Palmer, T. N., ed. The molecular pathology of alcoholism. xii + 293 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Alcohol and central neurotransmission.Author(s): Ollat, H., Parvez, H. and Parvez, S.Year: 1988Journal: Neurochemistry International 13: 275-300,ISSN: 0197-0186Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol and the digestive tract.Author(s): Feinman, L., Korsten, M. A. and Lieber, C. S.Publisher: New York * Plenum Medical Book Co.;Source: Chap. 10, pp. 307-340. In: Lieber, C. S., ed. Medical and nutritional complications of alcoholism: mechanisms and management. xvi + 579 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Alcohol and dopamine.Author(s): DiChiara, G.Year: 1997Journal: Alcohol Health and Research World 21: 108-114,ISSN: 0090-838XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol and drug abuse as encountered in office practice.Author(s): Iber, F. L., ed.Publisher: Boca Raton, FL * CRC PressSource: Other Populations and Alcohol * 316 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Alcohol and the fibrinolytic system.Author(s): Reeder, V. C. Jr., Aikens, M. L., Li, X-N. and Booyse, F. M.Publisher: Washington * Govt. Print. Off.;Source: Chap. 21, pp. 393-411. In: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Alcohol and the cardiovascular system. (NIAAA Research Monogr. No. 31.) xxiv + 712pp.Year: 1996
Title: Alcohol and fibrogenesis.Author(s): Lieber, C. S.Publisher: Oxford * Pergamon PressSource: Pp. 339-344. In: Kalant, H., Khanna, J. M. and Israel, Y., eds. Advances in biomedical alcohol research. xiv + 534 pp. + vi.Year: 1991
Title: Alcohol and GABA-benzodiazepine receptor function.Author(s): Ticku, M. K.Year: 1990Journal: Ann. Med. 22: 241-246,
Title: Alcohol and GABA: ethanol intake modifies hippocampal nipecotic acid binding in ethanol-preferring and non-preferring rats.Author(s): Daoust, M., Saligaut, C., Moore, N., Lhuintre, J. P. and Boismare, F.Year: 1990Journal: Fundamental and Clinical Pharmacology 4: 491-502,ISSN: 0767-3981Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol and gene expression in the central nervous systemAuthor(s): Worst, T.J. and Vrana, K.E.Year: 2005Journal: Alcohol and Alcoholism 40(1): 63-75ISSN: 0735-0414Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol and genetic predispositionAuthor(s): Peters, T. J. and Preedy, V. R.Publisher: London * Routledge;Source: Chap. 3, pp. 27-37. In: Caan, W. and De Belleroche, J., eds. Drink, drugs and dependence: from science to clinical practice. xix + 303 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Alcohol and glial cells: areas for future research.Author(s): Lancaster, F. E.Publisher: Rockville, MDSource: Chap. 13, pp. 243-250. In: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Alcohol and glial cells. (NIAAA Research Monogr. No. 27.) ix + 250 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Alcohol and glucose homeostasis.Author(s): Palmer, T. N., Dan, X. and Drake, P. G.Publisher: Boca Raton, FL * CRC PressSource: Chap. 5, pp. 101-124. In: Watson, R. R. and Watzl, B., eds. Nutrition and alcohol. 470 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Alcohol and glutamate.Author(s): Gonzales, R. A. and Jaworski, J. N.Year: 1997Journal: Alcohol Health and Research World 21: 120-127,ISSN: 0090-838XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol and gout: stopping alcohol may stop the gout.Author(s): Scott, J. T.Year: 1989Journal: Brit. med. J. 298: 1054,
Title: Alcohol and heart muscle proteins: with special reference to measurement of protein synthesis in vivo.Author(s): Preedy, V. R., Dunn, M. J., Hunter, R., Mantle, D., Worrall, S. and Richardson, P. J.Publisher: London * Taylor and Francis;Source: Chap. 17, pp. 197-211. In: Watson, R. R. and Myers, A. K., eds. Alcohol and heart disease. xvii + 261 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Alcohol and heart proteins.Author(s): Preedy, V. R., Paice, A. G., Patel, V. B., Why, H. and Richardson, P. J.Publisher: Washington * Govt. Print. Off.;Source: Chap. 18, pp. 341-355. In: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Alcohol and the cardiovascular system. (NIAAA Research Monogr. No. 31.) xxiv + 712pp.Year: 1996
Title: Alcohol and hepatic protein modification.Author(s): Lin, R. C. and Lumeng, L.Publisher: Totowa, NJ * Humana PressSource: Pp. 221-239. In: Watson, R. R., ed. Liver pathology and alcohol. (Drug and Alcohol Reviews.) xii + 620 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Alcohol and indinavir adversely affect protein synthesis and phosphorylation of MAPK and mTOR signaling pathways in C2C12 myocytesAuthor(s): Hong-Brown, L.Q., Brown, C.R., Huber, D.S. and Lang, C.H.Year: 2006Journal: Alcoholism - Clinical and Experimental Research 30(8): 1297-1307ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol and the liver.Author(s): Lieber, C. S.Publisher: Oxford * Oxford University Press;Source: Chap. 2, pp. 60-129. In: Palmer, T. N., ed. The molecular pathology of alcoholism. xii + 293 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Alcohol and the liver.Author(s): Lieber, C. S. and Leo, M. A.Publisher: New York * Plenum Medical Book Co.;Source: Chap. 7, pp. 185-239. In: Lieber, C. S., ed. Medical and nutritional complications of alcoholism: mechanisms and management. xvi + 579 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Alcohol and liver damage.Author(s): Soranno, T. M. and Sultatos, L. G.Publisher: Totowa, NJ * Humana PressSource: Pp. 425-440. In: Watson, R. R., ed. Liver pathology and alcohol. (Drug and Alcohol Reviews.) xii + 620 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Alcohol and the macrophage.Author(s): Dorio, R. J.Publisher: Boca Raton, FL * CRC PressSource: Chap. 13, pp. 201-211. In: Watson, R. R., ed. Drugs of abuse and immune function. 237 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Alcohol and malnutrition.Author(s): Marsano, L.Year: 1994Journal: Addictions Nursing 6: 62-71,ISSN: 1073-886XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol and membrane-associated signal transduction.Author(s): Hoek, J. B. and Rubin, E.Year: 1990Journal: Alcohol and Alcoholism 25: 143-156,ISSN: 0735-0414Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol and neuroimmune dysfunctions of the central nervous system.Author(s): Tewari, S. and Carson, V.Publisher: Rockville, MDSource: Chap. 8, pp. 133-163. In: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Alcohol and glial cells. (NIAAA Research Monogr. No. 27.) ix + 250 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Alcohol and neuropsychiatric disordersAuthor(s): O'Malley, S. S. and Krishnan-Sarin, S.Year: 1998Journal: Current Opinion in Psychiatry 11: 253-257
Title: Alcohol and neurotransmitter interactions.Author(s): Valenzuela, C. F.Year: 1997Journal: Alcohol Health and Research World 21: 144-148,ISSN: 0090-838XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol and nitric oxide production by cells of the brain.Author(s): Syapin, P. J.Year: 1998Journal: Alcohol 16: 159-165,ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol and nutrition.Year: 1993Journal: Alcohol Alert No. 22, pp. 1-3,
Title: Alcohol and nutrition: an integrated perspectiveAuthor(s): Santolaria, F. and Gonzalez-Reimers, E.Publisher: Boca Raton, FL * CRC PressSource: Chap. 1, pp. 3-17. In: Watson, R.R. and Preedy, V.R., eds. Nutrition and alcohol: linking nutrient interactions and dietary intake. 429 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Alcohol and nutrition: an overview.Author(s): Lieber, C. S.Year: 1989Journal: Alcohol Health and Research World 13: 197-205,ISSN: 0090-838XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol and opioid peptides: neuropharmacological rationale for physical craving of alcohol.Author(s): Trachtenberg, M. C. and Blum, K.Year: 1987Journal: American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 13: 365-372,ISSN: 0095-2990Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol and opioids: possible interactions of clinical importance.Author(s): Cushman, P., Jr.Year: 1987Journal: Advances in Alcohol and Substance Abuse 6 (No. 3): 33-46,ISSN: 0270-3106Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol and polyunsaturated fatty acid metabolism in the cardiovascular systemAuthor(s): Karanian, J. W. and Salem, N.Publisher: London * Taylor and Francis;Source: Chap. 16, pp. 181-196. In: Watson, R. R. and Myers, A. K., eds. Alcohol and heart disease. xvii + 261 pp.Year: 2002
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Title: Alcohol and the release of vasopressin and oxytocin.Author(s): Dopico, A. M., Lemos, J. R. and Treistman, S. N.Publisher: Totowa, NJ * Humana Press;Source: Pp. 209-226. In: Watson, R. R., ed. Alcohol and hormones. (Drug and Alcohol Abuse Reviews - 6.) xii + 339 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Alcohol and response to treatment of gout.Author(s): Ralston, S. H., Capell, H. A. and Sturrock, R. D.Year: 1988Journal: Brit. med. J. 296: 1641-1642,
Title: Alcohol and skeletal muscle disease.Author(s): Preedy, V. R. and Peters, T. J.Year: 1990Journal: Alcohol and Alcoholism 25: 177-187,ISSN: 0735-0414Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol and tryptophan interactions.Author(s): Brick, J.Year: 1989Journal: Nutr. Rep. 7 (No. 5): 33, 40,
Title: Alcohol and tyrosine kinase/phosphatase mediated processes.Author(s): Nagy, L. E. and Pennington, S. M.Year: 1996Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 20 (Suppl.): 106A-108A,ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol, anti-anxiety drugs and sport.Author(s): Reilly, T.Publisher: London * Routledge;Source: Chap. 9, pp. 256-285. In: Mottram, D.R., ed. Drugs in sport. 3d ed. ix + 417 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Alcohol blocks TNFalpha but not other cytokine-mediated neuroprotection to NMDAAuthor(s): Gahring, L. C., Carlson, N. G., Wieggel, W. A., Howard, J. and Rogers, S. W.Year: 1999Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 23(10): 1571-1579ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
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Title: Alcohol, the chloride ionophore and endogenous ligands for benzodiazepine receptors.Author(s): Lister, R. G. and Linnoila, M.Year: 1991Journal: Neuropharmacology 30: 1435-1440,ISSN: 0028-3908Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol consumption and its effects on dopamine transporter sites in an animal model of depressive behavior.Author(s): Jiao, X.Publisher: University of the Sciences in PhiladelphiaSource: 138 pp. Ph.D. dissertation,Year: 2004
Title: Alcohol consumption and plasma homocysteineAuthor(s): Sakuta, H.Suzuki, T.Year: 2005Journal: Alcohol 37(2): 73-77ISSN: 0741-8329Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol consumption, dependence, and central norepinephrine metabolism in humans.Author(s): Borg, S., Liljeberg, P. and Mossberg, D.Publisher: New York * Raven PressSource: Pp. 181-190. In: Engel, J., Oreland, L., Ingvar, D. H., , Pernow, B., Rossner, S. and Pellborn, L. A. Brain reward systems and abuse. x + 198 pp.Year: 1987
Title: Alcohol consumption in the rat: modulation by adrenal steroids and mesotelencephalic dopamine.Author(s): Fahlke, G.Publisher: Goteborgs University * Sweden;Source: 55 pp. + appendices. Ph.D. dissertation,Year: 1994
Title: Alcohol decreases serum osteocalcin in a dose-dependent way in normal subjects.Author(s): Nielsen, H. K., Lundby, L., Rasmussen, K., Charles, P. and Hansen, C.Year: 1990Journal: Calcif. Tissue int. 46: 173-178,
Title: Alcohol deficiency, stress hormones and bad acidosis: aka AKA.Author(s): Fox, J. C. and Whitcomb, D. C.Year: 1991Journal: N. C. med. J. 52 (No. 2): 69-73,
Title: Alcohol dependence: a commentary on mechanisms.Author(s): Hoffman, P. L. and Tabakoff, B.Year: 1996Journal: Alcohol and Alcoholism 31: 333-340,ISSN: 0735-0414Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
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Title: Alcohol impairs age-dependent adaptation of human lymphocyte beta-adrenergic receptors.Author(s): Padovani, A., Govoni, S., Battaini, F., Magnoni, M. S., Civelli, L., Mauri, A., Picotti, G. B., Galva, M. D. and Trabucchi, M.Year: 1987Journal: European Journal of Clinical Investigation 17: 511-514,
Title: Alcohol-induced bone disease: relationship to age and parathyroid hormone levels.Author(s): Bikle, D. D., Stesin, A., Halloran, B., Steinbach, L. and Recker, R.Year: 1993Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research NY 17: 690-695,ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol-induced changes in astrocyte gene expression during central nervous system development: methods and mechanisms.Author(s): Fletcher, T. L., Ingraham, C. A. and Morihisa, J. M.Publisher: Rockville, MDSource: Chap. 6, pp. 103-116. In: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Alcohol and glial cells. (NIAAA Research Monogr. No. 27.) ix + 250 pp.Year: 1994
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Title: Alcohol-induced liver disease: does nutrition play a role?Author(s): Rothschild, M. A., Oratz, M. and Schreiber, S. S.Year: 1989Journal: Alcohol Health and Research World 13: 228-231,ISSN: 0090-838XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol-induced malabsorption in the gastrointestinal tract.Author(s): Thomson, A. D., Heap, L. C. and Ward, R. J.Publisher: Boca Raton, FL * CRC Press;Source: Chap. 11, pp. 203-218. In: Preedy, V. R. and Watson, R. R., eds. Alcohol and the gastrointestinal tract. 347 pp.Year: 1996
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Title: Alcohol intoxication impairs phosphorylation of S6K1 and S6 in skeletal muscle independently of ethanol metabolism.Author(s): Lang, C.H., Pruznak, A.M., Deshpande, N., Palopoli, M.M., Frost, R.A. and Vary, T.C.Year: 2004Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 28(11): 1758-1767ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
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Title: Alcohol intoxication results in rapid loss in free magnesium in brain and disturbances in brain bioenergetics: relation to cerebrovasospasm, alcohol-induced strokes, and barbituate anesthesia-induced deaths.Author(s): Altura, B. M., Altura, B. T. and Gupta, R. K.Year: 1991Journal: Magnes. Trace Elem. 10: 122-135,
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Title: Alcohol, nitric oxide, and neurotoxicity: is there a connection?--a review.Author(s): Lancaster, F. E.Year: 1992Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 16: 539-541,ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
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Title: Alcohol-related alterations in synaptic transmission.Author(s): Chen, C.-H.Publisher: Boca Raton, FL * CRC PressSource: Chap. 1, pp. 1-19. In: Watson, R. R., ed. Biochemistry and physiology of substance abuse. Vol. 1. 253 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Alcohol-related behaviors as models for neuropeptide mediation: introduction to Part IV.Author(s): Erwin, V. G.Publisher: New York * New York Academy of Sciences;Source: Pp. 154-155. In: Strand, F. L., Beckwith, B., Chronwall, B. and Sandman, C. A., eds. Models of neuropeptide action. (Annals of the NY Acad. of Sciences, vol. 739.) x + 354 pp.Year: 1994
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Title: Alcohol-related olfactory cues activate the nucleus accumbens and ventral tegmental area in high-risk drinkers: preliminary findingsAuthor(s): Kareken, D.A., Claus, E.D., Sabri, M., Dzemidzic, M., Kosobud, A.E.K., Radnovich, A.J., Hector, D., Ramchandani, V.A., O'Connor, S.J., et al.Year: 2004Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 28(4): 550-557ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol research: promise for the decade.Author(s): National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.Publisher: Rockville, MDSource: ix + 72 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Alcohol, the reward system and dependence.Author(s): Koob, G. F., Rassnick, S., Heinrichs, S. and Weiss, F.Publisher: Boston * Birkhauser Verlag;Source: Pp. 103-114. In: Jansson, B., Jornvall, H., Rydberg, U., Terenius, L. and Vallee, B. L., eds. Toward a molecular basis of alcohol use and abuse. x + 407 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Alcohols dehydrate lipid membranes: an infrared study on hydrogen bonding.Author(s): Chiou, J-S., Krishna, P. R., Kamaya, H. and Ueda, I.Year: 1992Journal: Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1110: 225-233,
Title: Alcohol-seeking behavior: the roles of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis and the endogenous opioid systemAuthor(s): Gianoulakis, C.Year: 1998Journal: Alcohol Health and Research World 22(3): 202-210ISSN: 0090-838XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
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Title: Alcohol, serotonin, and aggression.Author(s): Pihl, R. O. and Peterson, J. B.Year: 1993Journal: Alcohol Health and Research World 17: 113-116,ISSN: 0090-838XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol, sex hormones, and plasma lipoprotein alterations.Author(s): Hojnacki, J. L., Cluette-Brown, J. E., Mulligan, J. J. and Rencricca, N. J.Publisher: Boca Raton, FL * CRC PressSource: Chap. 3, pp. 27-53. In: Watson, R. R., ed. Diagnosis of alcohol abuse. 275 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Alcohols potentiate ion current mediated by recombinant 5-HT RA receptors expressed in a mammalian cell line.Author(s): Lovinger, D. M. and Zhou, Q.Year: 1994Journal: Neuropharmacology 33: 1567-1572,ISSN: 0028-3908Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohols selectively stimulate phospholipase D-mediated hydrolysis of phosphatidylethanolamine in NIH 3T3 cells.Author(s): Kiss, Z. and Anderson, W. B.Year: 1989Journal: FEBS Letters 257: 45-48,ISSN: 0014-5793Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
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Title: Alcohol withdrawal and noradrenergic function.Author(s): Linnoila, M., Nutt, D. and Adinoff, B.Year: 1987Journal: Annals of Internal Medicine 107: 875-889,ISSN: 0003-4819Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
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