Moderate‐Level Prenatal Alcohol Exposure Alters Striatal Dopamine System Function in Rhesus Monkeys
Physics and Astronomy
Moderate prenatal alcohol exposure can cause impairments even in the absence of gross morphological defects associated with fetal alcohol syndrome. The basal ganglia, which include the dopamine-rich striatum, are sensitive to fetal alcohol-induced injury. In this study, we manipulated the timing of moderate-level alcohol exposure and compared the risk of adverse effects on striatal dopamine (DA) system function in rhesus monkeys.
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research
M.L. Schneider, C.F. Moore, T.E. Barnhart, J.A. Larson, O.T. DeJesus, J. Mukherjee, R.J. Nickles, A.K. Converse, A.D. Roberts, and G.W. Kraemer. (2005). Moderate‐Level Prenatal Alcohol Exposure Alters Striatal Dopamine System Function in Rhesus Monkeys. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 29(9), 1685-1697.
Publisher's Copyright and Source
Copyright © 2005 by the Research Society on Alcoholism. Article published by John Wiley & Sons in Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, volume 29, issue number 9, September 2005, pages 1685-1697. Available online on May 3, 2006: http://doi.org/10.1097/01.alc.0000179409.80370.25.