Tolerance for the decrease in nerve conduction velocity and for the motor impairment produced by ethanol in mice: differential development during chronic ethanol consumption.

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C57BL/6J/BOM mice were given 15% (w/v) ethanol solution as their sole drinking fluid. Nerve conduction velocities (NCV) and motor coordination (ataxia) of the unanesthetized animals were examined after a single IP injection of 3.0 g ethanol/kg body weight at 6, and 9 months after the start of drinking and after 3 months of abstinence. During chronic… (More)

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@article{Juntunen1984ToleranceFT, title={Tolerance for the decrease in nerve conduction velocity and for the motor impairment produced by ethanol in mice: differential development during chronic ethanol consumption.}, author={Janne Juntunen and Tom Widenius and T Reed and R H Ylikahri and Eija Matikainen and Maija Sarviharju and Heikki Ter{\"a}v{\"a}inen}, journal={Neurobehavioral toxicology and teratology}, year={1984}, volume={6 3}, pages={245-8} }