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Chronic alcohol consumption and withdrawal do not induce cell death in the suprachiasmatic nucleus, but lead to irreversible depression of peptide immunoreactivity and mRNA levels

Madeira, MD; Andrade, JP; Lieberman, AR; Sousa, N; Almeida, OFX; Paula-Barbosa, MM; (1997) Chronic alcohol consumption and withdrawal do not induce cell death in the suprachiasmatic nucleus, but lead to irreversible depression of peptide immunoreactivity and mRNA levels. Journal of Neuroscience , 17 1302 - 1319. Green open access

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Type:Article
Title:Chronic alcohol consumption and withdrawal do not induce cell death in the suprachiasmatic nucleus, but lead to irreversible depression of peptide immunoreactivity and mRNA levels
Open access status:An open access version is available from UCL Discovery
Keywords:nucleus
UCL classification:UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Life Sciences > Biosciences (Division of)

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