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Available Cohort: INIA Cyno 3
Publications
Monkey Alcohol Tissue Research Resource: Banking Tissues for Alcohol Research
James B. Daunais, et al., ALCOHOLISM: CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTALRESEARCH, Issue: DOI:10.1111/acer.124 June 2014
INIA Cyno 1, INIA Cyno 2, INIA Cyno 3, INIA Rhesus 4, INIA Rhesus 5, INIA Rhesus 6a, INIA Rhesus 6b, INIA Rhesus 7b, INIA Rhesus 7a, INIA Cyno 8, INIA Rhesus 1, INIA Rhesus 2, INIA Vervet 1, INIA Vervet 2, Assay Development, INIA Nicotine Cyno 11, INIA Cyno 9, INIA Rhesus 10

Primate cerebellar granule cells exhibit a tonic GABAAR conductance that is not affected by alcohol: a possible cellular substrate of the low level of response phenotype.
Mohr Claudia, et al., Frontiers in neural circuits, Volume: 7 2013
INIA Cyno 2, INIA Cyno 3, INIA Rhesus 5

Bidirectional plasticity in the primate inferior olive induced by chronic ethanol intoxication and sustained abstinence.
Welsh John P, et al., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Volume: 108 Issue: 25 Jun 2011
INIA Cyno 2, INIA Cyno 3

Individual Differences in Hyperlipidemia and Vitamin E Status in Response to Chronic Alcohol Self-Administration in Cynomolgus Monkeys.
Lebold Katie M, et al., Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research, Nov 2010
INIA Cyno 3

Neuroimaging of rodent and primate models of alcoholism: initial reports from the integrative neuroscience initiative on alcoholism.
Sullivan Edith V, et al., Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research, Volume: 29 Issue: 2 Feb 2005
INIA Cyno 3, INIA Rhesus 1, INIA Rhesus 2