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Charles S. Lieber Memorial Introduction
Charles Lieber (1931-2009)
Charles S. Lieber, M.D., A Tribute
Beyond Science
Sizing up Ethanol-Induced Plasticity
Understanding and Treating Patients With Alcoholic Cirrhosis
Factor Structure and Concurrent Validity of the Obsessive Compulsive Drinking Scale in a Group of Alcohol-Dependent Subjects of Mexico City
The Glycine Reuptake Inhibitor Org 25935 Interacts With Basal and Ethanol-Induced Dopamine Release in Rat Nucleus Accumbens
Facilitation of Myocardial PI3K/Akt/nNOS Signaling Contributes to Ethanol-Evoked Hypotension in Female Rats
Mitochondrial S -Adenosyl-L-Methionine Transport is Insensitive to Alcohol-Mediated Changes in Membrane Dynamics
Protective Effect of Vitamin E Against Ethanol-Induced Hyperhomocysteinemia, DNA Damage, and Atrophy in the Developing Male Rat Brain
Disparity Between Tonic and Phasic Ethanol-Induced Dopamine Increases in the Nucleus Accumbens of Rats
N -Acetylcysteine Improves Group B Streptococcus Clearance in a Rat Model of Chronic Ethanol Ingestion
Proopiomelanocortin Peptides Are Not Essential for Development of Ethanol-Induced Behavioral Sensitization
The Impact of Underage Drinking Laws on Alcohol-Related Fatal Crashes of Young Drivers
Nitric Oxide-Mediated Intestinal Injury Is Required for Alcohol-Induced Gut Leakiness and Liver Damage
IgA Immune Responses Against Acetaldehyde Adducts and Biomarkers of Alcohol Consumption in Patients with IgA Glomerulonephritis
Ethanol Teratogenesis in Five Inbred Strains of Mice
Decreased Sensitivity to Ethanol Reward in Adolescent Mice as Measured by Conditioned Place Preference
Effects of Pregnanolone and Dehydroepiandrosterone on Ethanol Intake in Rats Administered Ethanol or Saline during Adolescence
Projected Alcohol Dose Influences on the Activation of Alcohol Expectancies in College Drinkers
Altered White Matter Integrity in Adolescent Binge Drinkers
Circadian Timing of Ethanol Exposure Exerts Enduring Effects on Subsequent Ad Libitum Consumption in C57 Mice
High-Alcohol Preferring Mice Are More Impulsive Than Low-Alcohol Preferring Mice as Measured in the Delay Discounting Task