Resource:Integrative Neuroscience Initiative on Alcoholism
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The Consortium INIA (Integrative Neuroscience Initiative on Alcoholism) is a topical portal set out to identify the molecular, cellular, and behavioral neuroadaptations that occur in the brain reward circuits associated with the extended amygdala and its connections. It is hypothesized that genetic differences and/or neuroadaptations in this circuitry are responsible for the individual differences in vulnerability to the excessive consumption of alcohol.
|Parent Organization:||Committee on the Neurobiology of Addictive Disorders, The Scripps Research Institute|
|Resource Type(s):||topical portal, bibliographic, experimental protocol, slide|
|Keywords:||extended amygdala, gene array, gene expression, genes, genetic, alcoholism, alcohol research, animal models, binge drinking, brain, brain circuitry, cellular circuitry, dependence, dependence-induced drinking, drosophila, genotyping, grants, human, imaging, knockout, loss of control, mapping, methodologies, mouse, neural circuit, neuroadaptations, neurocircuitry, neuroinformatics, neuroscience, pilot, rat, relapse, reward circuits, rnai, sensitization, tolerance, transgenic, withdrawal|
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The Consortium INIA (Integrative N …
ute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.
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|Has role||Topical portal +, Experimental protocol +, and Slide +|
|Is part of||Committee on the Neurobiology of Addictive Disorders +, and The Scripps Research Institute +|
|Keywords||Extended amygdala +, Gene array +, Gene expression +, Genes +, Genetic +, Alcoholism +, Alcohol research +, Animal models +, Binge drinking +, Brain +, Brain circuitry +, Cellular circuitry +, Dependence +, Dependence-induced drinking +, Drosophila +, Genotyping +, Grants +, Human +, Imaging +, Knockout +, Loss of control +, Mapping +, Methodologies +, Mouse +, Neural circuit +, Neuroadaptations +, Neurocircuitry +, Neuroinformatics +, Neuroscience +, Pilot +, Rat +, Relapse +, Reward circuits +, Rnai +, Sensitization +, Tolerance +, Transgenic +, and Withdrawal +|
|Label||Resource:Integrative Neuroscience Initiative on Alcoholism +|
|ModifiedDate||18 May 2011 +|
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