Genetic Strategies in Preclinical Substance Abuse Research
Kaitlin E. Browman1, John Crabbe1 and Ting-Kai Li2
Alcohol Research Center Department
of Behavioral Neuroscience Oregon
Health Sciences University Research
Service (R&D12) VA
Medical Center Portland,
Oregon 97201 Tel:
(503)-220-8262 ext 56676 (KEB) 2School
of Medicine Indiana
Barnhill Drive Indianapolis,
IN 46202 Tel:
and (503)-273-5298 (JC)
of Behavioral Neuroscience
Health Sciences University
(503)-220-8262 ext 56676 (KEB)
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