Attenuation by antidepressant drugs of alcohol intake in rats.

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Ethanol preferring rats were selected and showed a constant voluntary intake of a 12% ethanol solution during 14 days (about 5 g/kg body weight daily). These alcohol preferring rats were daily IP injected during two weeks with different antidepressant drugs, according to their specificity of action: nomifensine (5 and 10 mg/kg) and maprotiline (2.5 and 5 mg… (More)

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@article{Daoust1984AttenuationBA, title={Attenuation by antidepressant drugs of alcohol intake in rats.}, author={Marianne Daoust and Christian Saligaut and M Chadelaud and Pascale Chr{\'e}tien and Nicholas Moore and F R Boismare}, journal={Alcohol}, year={1984}, volume={1 5}, pages={379-83} }