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How Alcohol Addiction – and Abstinence – Remodel the Brain

News   Jan 17, 2020 | Original story from UC San Diego

 
How Alcohol Addiction – and Abstinence – Remodel the Brain

Artistic representation of changes in mouse brain networks with alcohol dependence. The left side represents control individuals with numerous networks and small sets of connected brain regions indicated by lines. The right side represents individual mice with a history of alcohol dependence, depicting a small set of only three brain networks with a high number of connections. Credit: UC San Diego Health Sciences

 
 
 

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