Conditioned taste aversion and the Myers' high-ethanol-preferring rat.

@article{Lucas2002ConditionedTA,
  title={Conditioned taste aversion and the Myers' high-ethanol-preferring rat.},
  author={Lou Anne C Lucas and Brian A. McMillen},
  journal={Alcohol and alcoholism},
  year={2002},
  volume={37 5},
  pages={427-31}
}
AIMS Male and female Myers' high-ethanol-preferring (mHEP) rats were compared to outbred controls in a taste aversion paradigm. METHODS Alcohol-naïve rats were adapted to a 2-h access to water. Each rat was given either 0.05% saccharin (w/v) or 7% ethanol (v/v) as a novel solution for 1 h, after which either 0.5 M LiCl, as the aversive stimulus, or NaCl, as the control, was injected intraperitoneally. Each rat was tested 48 h later by presentation of the same solution. RESULTS After LiCl… CONTINUE READING