Effects of prior ethanol exposure on ethanol self-administration in a continuous access situation using retractable drinking tubes.

@article{Files2000EffectsOP,
  title={Effects of prior ethanol exposure on ethanol self-administration in a continuous access situation using retractable drinking tubes.},
  author={Forrest J Files and Herman H. Samson and Carrie Denning},
  journal={Alcohol},
  year={2000},
  volume={21 1},
  pages={97-102}
}
To examine whether exposure to ethanol influences subsequent ethanol consumption using a continuous access procedure, two groups of rats were given differing initial exposure to ethanol. One group underwent a sucrose-substitution initiation procedure. The second group received abbreviated initiation consisting of one-session exposure to each ethanol/sucrose combination used in standard initiation. The animals were then provided with 23 h/day access to ethanol (10%, v/v) from a retractable… CONTINUE READING

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