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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, INIA Rhesus 7a, INIA Rhesus 7b, INIA Rhesus 5

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, INIA Rhesus 7a, INIA Rhesus 7b, INIA Rhesus 5

Voluntary ethanol consumption reduces GABAergic neuroactive steroid (3α,5α)3-hydroxypregnan-20-one (3α,5α-THP) in the amygdala of the cynomolgus monkey.
Beattie MC, et al., Addiction Biology, Volume: 2 Issue: 22 Dec 2017
INIA Cyno 1, INIA Cyno 2

Cross-species molecular dissection across alcohol behavioral domains
Sean P. Farris, et al., Alcohol, Dec 2017

Changes in nonhuman primate brain function following chronic alcohol consumption in previously naïve animals
Rowland J, et al., Drug Alcohol Dependence, Volume: 177 Aug 2017
INIA Vervet 2

Erratum to: Multi-Atlas Library for Eliminating Normalization Failures in Nonhuman Primates
Maldjian JA, et al., Neuroinformatics, Issue: 14 September 2016
INIA Vervet 2

Aggressive temperament predicts ethanol self-administration in late adolescent male and female rhesus macaques.
McClintick MN, et al., Psychopharmacology, Issue: ePub ahead of print September 2016
INIA Rhesus 6a, INIA Rhesus 6b, INIA Rhesus 7a, INIA Rhesus 7b, INIA Rhesus 10

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, INIA Rhesus 7a, INIA Rhesus 7b, INIA Rhesus 5

Electrical coupling and synchronized subthreshold oscillations in the inferior olive of the rhesus macaq
Turecek, et al., J Neurosci, Volume: 36 Issue: 24 Jun 2016

The Rhesus Monkey Connectome Predicts Disrupted Functional Networks Resulting from Pharmacogenetic Inactivation of the Amygdala.
Grayson DS, et al., Neuron, Volume: 91 Issue: 2 July 2016

Transcriptome Profiling Reveals Disruption of Innate Immunity in Chronic Heavy Ethanol Consuming Female Rhesus Macaques
Suhas Sureshchandra, et al., PLoS, Volume: 11 Issue: 7 July 2016
INIA Rhesus 6a

Alcohol Consumption Modulates Host Defense in Rhesus Macaques by Altering Gene Expression in Circulating Leukocytes.
Barr T, et al., J Immunol, Volume: 1 Issue: 196 Jan 2016
INIA Rhesus 7b

Chronic ethanol self-administration in macaques shifts dopamine feedback inhibition to predominantly D2 receptors in nucleus accumbens core.
Siciliano CA, et al., Drug Alcohol Dependence, Volume: 158 Jan 2016
Cyno 9

Increased presynaptic regulation of dopamine neurotransmission in the nucleus accumbens core following chronic ethanol self-administration in female macaques
Cody A. Siciliano, et al., Psychopharmacology, Issue: Epub ahead of print Feb 2016
INIA Rhesus 6b

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