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BACKGROUND In adults, myelination injury is associated with alcoholism. Maturation of the corpus callosum is prominent during adolescence. We hypothesized that subjects with adolescent-onset alcohol use disorders (AUD; defined as Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders-IV alcohol dependence or abuse) would have myelination microstructural(More)
Abecarnil is a metabolically stable beta-carboline that binds with high affinity and selectivity to central benzodiazepine receptors. The effects on cognitive and psychomotor skills of abecarnil (ZK 112-119), 2.5 mg and 5.0 mg, were compared with lorazepam 2.0 mg and placebo. Twenty-four healthy, young males participated in a double-blind, four-way Latin(More)
Eight healthy young males were administered single doses of lorazepam (4 mg), clonazepam (4 mg), alprazolam (2 mg) or placebo, and their performance on behavioral tasks was monitored for 7 h. Lorazepam and clonazepam impaired performance on subcritical tracking, a primarily neuromotor task, for 2-4 h longer than alprazolam. Although the duration of(More)
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