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7/1/10 Gsk3b Ethanol-Responsive Correlation Network in PFC
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7/1/10 Conclusions Ethanol-responsive gene expression can be resolved into networks having functional and mechanistic implications by using expression genetics approaches. Ethanol anxiolytic-like effects are heritable in BXD mice and genetically separable from locomotor responses in LD box model. There is a unique and highly significant Chr12 ethanol anxiolysis QTL. Nin, possibly via interaction with GABA signaling, is a strong candidate gene for the Chr12 ethanol anxiolysis QTL. Combining within and across species genetic analysis of
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Unformatted text preview: ethanol-responsive gene networks provides a novel method for prioritizing genes for future studies. 7/1/10 Addiction Tolerance Dependence Sensitization Reinforcement Intoxication VCU Nate Bruce Blair Costin Sean Farris Jo Lynne Harrenza Jennifer Hill Xian-Fang Meng Megan OBrien Paul Vorster Jon Warner Aaron Wolen Jennifer Wolstenholme VCU ARC Collaborators Elissa Chesler Michael Langston Lu Lu Charles Phillips Robert Williams INIA - Stress Support by: NIAAA (P20, RC1, R01, U01, F31)...
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