Studies of whole blood associated acetaldehyde as a marker for alcohol intake: effect of gender in mice.

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A study was undertaken in C57BL mice to evaluate the effect of gender on whole blood associated acetaldehyde following exposure to ethanol in the drinking water (10% v/v). Whole blood associated acetaldehyde (WBAA) was measured from capillary blood samples using a fluorigenic high performance chromatographic assay on days 0, 7, 15 and 27. Ethanol… (More)

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@article{Peterson1991StudiesOW, title={Studies of whole blood associated acetaldehyde as a marker for alcohol intake: effect of gender in mice.}, author={Colleen M Peterson and Barbara Scott and Simon McLaughlin}, journal={Alcohol}, year={1991}, volume={8 1}, pages={35-8} }