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Diagnosis of alcohol use disorders in schizophrenia.
Alcohol use disorders are common comorbid conditions in schizophrenia, and their presence is associated with poor adjustment and poor treatment response. Standard alcohol assessment instruments haveExpand
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Assessing alcohol problems in college students.
  • S. Hurlbut, K. Sher
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of American college health : J of ACH
  • 1 September 1992
Alcohol abuse among college students is prevalent, yet few instruments with sound reliability and validity are available to assess these problems in this population. As part of a large, baselineExpand
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Establishment and characterization of a human carcinoid in nude mice and effect of various agents on tumor growth.
The authors have established a long-term tissue culture cell line (BON) derived from a metastatic human carcinoid tumor of the pancreas. The cells have been in continuous passage for 46 months.Expand
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Subjective experiences related to alcohol use among schizophrenics.
Comorbid alcohol use disorders are common in schizophrenia. Although a variety of explanatory hypotheses involving self-medication have been proposed, few data available regarding schizophrenicExpand
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Correlates and outcomes of alcohol use disorder among rural outpatients with schizophrenia.
BACKGROUND The use of alcohol by persons with schizophrenia is common and has been associated with increased severity of psychiatric symptoms, multiple psychosocial problems, abuse of other drugs,Expand
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Novel therapy for the treatment of human carcinoid.
Development of effective treatment for patients with carcinoid tumors has been hampered by lack of an experimental model. The authors have established the only long-term cell line of a functioningExpand
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The Jeweler's Refractometer as a Mineralogical Tool
The jeweler's refractometer offers a simple method of determining the refractive indices of any mineral having a single polished sutface of at least 1 mm2 to a precision of about 0.002. For someExpand
Comparative Toxicity of Strychnine to Eight Species of Ground Squirrels
—The t o x i c i t y of 3 strychnine bait concentrations, 0.20%, 0.35%, and 0.50%, was evaluated on 8 species of ground squirrels (Spermophilus spp). Signi f icant species-specif ic differences wereExpand
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