Animal Models of Alcohol Withdrawal

Becker, Howard C.
June 2000
Alcohol Research & Health;2000, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p105
Academic Journal
Describes the withdrawal signs and symptoms observed in alcohol research using animal models. Enhanced autonomic activation; Body posture and motor abnormalities; Convulsions; Anxiety; Psychological discomfort. INSET: ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL INDICES OF WITHDRAWAL-RELATED CNS....


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