The Effects of Sodium Phenobarbital on Voluntary Ethanol Consumption in Rats
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The barbiturates, among other sedatives, have been studied in alcohol research primarily in the alleviation of the withdrawal reaction in animals (2) and humans (14). However, barbiturates are dip-sogenic agents and have not been studied thoroughly in relation to consumption of ethanol or alcoholic beverages.
KeywordsEthanol Solution Chronic Administration Ethanol Consumption Ethanol Intake Percent Intake
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