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Publications
Time for a Drink? A mathematical model of non-human primate alcohol consumption
Moore S, et al., Front Appl Math Stat, Feb 2019
INIA Rhesus 4, PARC Rhesus 5, INIA Rhesus 7b

Chronic Alcohol Drinking Slows Brain Development in Adolescent and Young Adult Nonhuman Primates.
Shnitko TA, et al., eNeuero, Volume: 2 Issue: 6 April 2019
INIA Rhesus 4, PARC Rhesus 5, INIA Rhesus 10, INIA Rhesus 6a, INIA Rhesus 6b, INIA Rhesus 7a, INIA Rhesus 7b, INIA Rhesus 14

Alcohol-dose-dependent DNA methylation and expression in the nucleus accumbens identifies coordinated regulation of synaptic genes
R Cervera-Juanes, et al., Transl Psychiatry, Volume: 7 Issue: 1 Jan 2017
INIA Rhesus 4, PARC Rhesus 5, INIA Rhesus 7a, INIA Rhesus 7b

Identifying Future Drinkers: Behavioral Analysis of Monkeys Initiating Drinking to Intoxication is Predictive of Future Drinking Classification.
Baker EJ, et al., Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research, Issue: Epub ahead of print Jan 2017
INIA Rhesus 4, PARC Rhesus 5, INIA Rhesus 6a, INIA Rhesus 6b, INIA Rhesus 7b, INIA Rhesus 7a, INIA Rhesus 10

On the Relationships in Rhesus Macaques between Chronic Ethanol Consumption and the Brain Transcriptome
Iancu O, et al., Addict. Bio, Volume: Epub ahead of print Issue: Epub ahead of print Feb 2017
INIA Rhesus 4, PARC Rhesus 5, INIA Rhesus 7a, INIA Rhesus 7b

Synaptic adaptations to chronic ethanol intake in male rhesus monkey dorsal striatum depend on age of drinking onset.
Cuzon Carlson VC, et al., Neuropharmacology, Volume: 131 Dec 2017
INIA Rhesus 4, PARC Rhesus 5, INIA Rhesus 7a, INIA Rhesus 7b

Genome-wide analysis of the nucleus accumbens identifies DNA methylation signals differentiating low/binge from heavy alcohol drinking.
Cervera-Juanes R, et al., Alcohol, Issue: [Epub ahead of print Nov 2016
INIA Rhesus 4, PARC Rhesus 5, INIA Rhesus 7a, INIA Rhesus 7b

MAOA expression predicts vulnerability for alcohol use.
Cervera-Juanes R, et al., Mol Psychiatry, April 2016
PARC Rhesus 5, INIA Rhesus 10, INIA Rhesus 7b

Effects of chronic alcohol consumption on neuronal function in the non-human primate BNST.
Pleil KE, et al., Addiction Biology, Issue: Epub ahead of print July 2015
INIA Rhesus 4, PARC Rhesus 5

Twelve Months of Voluntary Heavy Alcohol Consumption in Male Rhesus Macaques Suppresses Intracortical Bone Remodeling
Gaddini GW, et al., Bone, Volume: 71 Feb 2015
PARC Rhesus 5, INIA Rhesus 7a, INIA Rhesus 7b

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, PARC 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, PARC Cyno 9, INIA Rhesus 10

Adrenal steroid hormones and ethanol self-administration in male rhesus macaques
Helms Cm, et al., Psychopharmacology, Volume: 231 Issue: 17 Sept 2014
INIA Rhesus 4, PARC Rhesus 5, INIA Rhesus 7a, INIA Rhesus 7b

The effects of age at the onset of drinking to intoxication and chronic ethanol self-administration in male rhesus macaques.
Helms CM, et al., Psychopharmacology, Volume: Epub ahead of print 2014
INIA Rhesus 4, PARC Rhesus 5, INIA Rhesus 7a

Chronic alcohol self-administration in monkeys shows long-term quantity/frequency categorical stability
Baker Ej, et al., Alcohol Clin Exp Res, Volume: 38 Issue: 11 Nov 2014
INIA Rhesus 4, PARC Rhesus 5, INIA Rhesus 7a, INIA Rhesus 7b

Monkeys that Voluntarily and Chronically Drink Alcohol Damage their Brains: a Longitudinal MRI Study.
Kroenke Christopher D, et al., Neuropsychopharmacology : official publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, Sep 2013
INIA Rhesus 4, PARC Rhesus 5

Chronic Ethanol (EtOH) Consumption Differentially Alters Gray and White Matter EtOH Methyl (1) H Magnetic Resonance Intensity in the Primate Brain.
Kroenke Christopher D, et al., Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research, Volume: 37 Issue: 8 Aug 2013
INIA Rhesus 4, PARC Rhesus 5

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, PARC Rhesus 5

The INIA19 Template and NeuroMaps Atlas for Primate Brain Image Parcellation and Spatial Normalization.
Rohlfing Torsten, et al., Frontiers in neuroinformatics, Volume: 6 2012
INIA Rhesus 4, PARC Rhesus 5