Interactions between ethanol and pantothenic acid on tremor and behavior in squirrel monkeys.

Abstract

Ethanol consumption alters the levels and distribution of pantothenic acid and its metabolic products, an effect that can be counteracted by preloading with pantothenic acid. Ethanol also produces significant disturbances in motor function and has a potent tremorolytic activity when administered acutely. To investigate the interaction of pantothenic acid… (More)

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@article{Newland1992InteractionsBE, title={Interactions between ethanol and pantothenic acid on tremor and behavior in squirrel monkeys.}, author={M. Christopher Newland and L Rivera-calimlim and Bernard Weiss}, journal={Journal of studies on alcohol}, year={1992}, volume={53 1}, pages={80-5} }