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 Vol 4: Chronic treatment with prazosin or duloxetine lessens concurrent anxiety-like behavior and alcohol intake: evidence of disrupted noradrenergic signaling in anxiety-related alcohol use.


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This article is from Brain and Behavior, volume 4.AbstractBackground: Alcohol use disorders have been linked to increased anxiety, and enhanced central noradrenergic signaling may partly explain this relationship. Pharmacological interventions believed to reduce the excitatory effects of norepinephrine have proven effective in attenuating ethanol i

Autor: Skelly, Mary J; Weiner, Jeff L

Fuente: https://archive.org/







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