Locomotor stimulant effects of intraventricular injections of low doses of ethanol in rats: acute and repeated administration.
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Dec 01, 2003
These results demonstrate that central administration of low doses of ethanol can increase locomotor activity in rats and suggest that i.c.v. ethanol can produce some signs of motor sensitization, a characteristic that has been related to the potential addictive properties of many drugs.
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