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Liu, Yuan, Hunt, W. A.
This volume is divided into three sections: synaptic, transmission, synaptic modulation, and synaptic plasticity. Some of the topics covered include: molecular targets underlying ethanol-mediated reduction of hormone release from neurohypophysial nerve terminals; alcohol and general anesthetic modulation of GABAA and neuronal nicotinic acetylcholine receptors; alcohol and the 5-HT3 receptor, adenosine and ethanol; metabotropic hypothesis for ethanol sensitivity of GABAergic and glutamatergic central synapses; alcohol, memory, and molecules; novel forms and analyses of ethanol effects on synaptic plasticity; and ethanol suppression of hippocampal plasticity.Liu, Yuan is the author of '"Drunken" Synapse Studies of Alcohol-Related Disorders' with ISBN 9780306461118 and ISBN 0306461110.
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