Oregon Health & Science University
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Used to study alcoholism; acute functional tolerance to alcohol. Embryo cryopreserved. High Acute Functional Tolerance -1. Selectively bred line.
Metten, Pamela, Ph.D.
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Genetic Selection and Characterization of Mouse Lines for Acute Functional Tolerance to Ethanol
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HS/Ibg 8-way inbred strain cross
Display high acute functional tolerance to ethanol, calculated as the difference in blood ethanol concentrations at the time of regaining the ability to stay for 1 minute on a stationary dowel (12.7 mm) after two consecutive injections of ethanol (1.75 g/ kg followed by 2.0 g/kg, IP).
Portland Alcohol Research Center
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Mus <mouse, genus>
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mhaendel (Melissa Haendel)
nvasilevsky (Nicole Vasilevsky)
mhan (Mikyung Han)
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