A comparative study on alcohol-preferring rat lines: effects of deprivation and stress phases on voluntary alcohol intake.

@article{Vengeliene2003ACS,
  title={A comparative study on alcohol-preferring rat lines: effects of deprivation and stress phases on voluntary alcohol intake.},
  author={V. Vengeliene and S. Siegmund and M. Singer and J. Sinclair and Ting-kai Li and R. Spanagel},
  journal={Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research},
  year={2003},
  volume={27 7},
  pages={
          1048-54
        }
}
BACKGROUND Voluntary alcohol intake in rats can be influenced by alcohol deprivation phases and stress. We investigated the magnitude of the effects of both deprivation and stress (forced swimming in cold water and foot-shock had been chosen as stressors distinct in their physical and psychological features) on alcohol intake and the influence of these experiences on the time course of alcohol drinking behavior. For the alcohol drinking procedure, a long-term model of alcohol self… Expand
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