The effect of transcranial electrical stimulation (TES) was found to inhibit alcohol intake in rats used to ethanol, whereas in those unused to ethanol the alcohol intake increased after the TES. The TES effect seems to be connected with the difference in opioid system conditions in animals with different spontaneous alcohol motivation.
We consider Causal Dynamical Triangulations (CDT) in 2+1 dimensions
With the spatial topology of a torus. This system is of particular interest,
Because one can study not only the global scale factor, but also global shape
Variables in the presence of arbitrary quantum fluctuations of the geometry....
In addition to the ubiquitous structural relaxation of viscous supercooled
liquids, monohydroxy alcohols and several other hydrogen-bonded systems display
a strong single-exponential electrical low-frequency absorption. So far, this
so-called Debye process could be observed only using dielectric te...
We sought to determine the degree to which dual abuse of alcohol and tobacco is associated with lower D2/D3 receptor availability. Eighty-one subjects (34 nontreatment-seeking alcoholic smokers [NTS-S], 21 social-drinking smokers [SD-S], and 26 social-drinking non-smokers [SD-NS]) received baseline...
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