Alterations in the rate of binge ethanol consumption: implications for preclinical studies in mice.

@article{Linsenbardt2014AlterationsIT,
  title={Alterations in the rate of binge ethanol consumption: implications for preclinical studies in mice.},
  author={David N Linsenbardt and Stephen L. Boehm},
  journal={Addiction biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={19 5},
  pages={812-25}
}
The rate at which alcohol (ethanol) is consumed has direct impact on its behavioral and subjective effects. For this reason, alterations in the pattern of ethanol consumption as a function of drinking history might be critical to the development and maintenance of alcoholism. Furthermore, because pharmacological interventions aimed at disrupting the motivation to consume ethanol are dependent on the brain/plasma concentrations present when an individual is most likely to engage in consumption… CONTINUE READING
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