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Gordis, Enoch, Hoch, Jan B.
Papers presented at a meeting of the Internat. Soc. for Biomed. Research on Alcoholism to bring together investigators working in different cellular & functional contexts & to integrate studies of the underlying cellular & mechanistic aspects of alcohol dependence with studies of the responses of the organism as a whole. A picture has begun to merge of intricate, detailed pathways or circuits of communication involved in the development of alcoholism. Thus, understanding how alcohol affects cellular communication to produce alcohol-related behaviors, such as craving, tolerance, withdrawal, & impaired control, is an important step toward developing therapeutic interventions to improve treatment outcome. Illustrated.Gordis, Enoch is the author of 'Ethanol and Intracellular Signaling From Molecules to Behavior' with ISBN 9780756734053 and ISBN 0756734053.
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