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14.05.2018

1 Addiction
1 Alcohol Alcohol
2 Drug Alcohol Depend
1 Lancet Public Health
2 PLoS One


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    Addiction

  1. CHARLET K, Rosenthal A, Lohoff FW, Heinz A, et al
    Imaging resilience and recovery in alcohol dependence.
    Addiction. 2018 May 9. doi: 10.1111/add.14259.
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    Alcohol Alcohol

  2. MUNSTERMAN ID, Groefsema MM, Weijers G, Klein WM, et al
    Biochemical Effects on the Liver of 1 Month of Alcohol Abstinence in Moderate Alcohol Consumers.
    Alcohol Alcohol. 2018 May 3. pii: 4992161. doi: 10.1093.
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    Drug Alcohol Depend

  3. GUGUSHVILI A, Azarova A, Irdam D, Crenna-Jennings W, et al
    Correlates of frequent alcohol consumption among middle-aged and older men and women in Russia: A multilevel analysis of the PrivMort retrospective cohort study.
    Drug Alcohol Depend. 2018;188:39-44.
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  4. ROCHE SP, Rogers ML, Pridemore WA
    A cross-national study of the population-level association between alcohol consumption and suicide rates.
    Drug Alcohol Depend. 2018;188:16-23.
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    Lancet Public Health

  5. BRAILLON A
    Alcohol consumption and cognitive decline: the elephant in the room?
    Lancet Public Health. 2018;3:e216.
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    PLoS One

  6. IRWIN C, van Reenen M, Mason S, Mienie LJ, et al
    The 1H-NMR-based metabolite profile of acute alcohol consumption: A metabolomics intervention study.
    PLoS One. 2018;13:e0196850.
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  7. WANG J, Fan Y, Dong Y, Ma M, et al
    Combining gray matter volume in the cuneus and the cuneus-prefrontal connectivity may predict early relapse in abstinent alcohol-dependent patients.
    PLoS One. 2018;13:e0196860.
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