Effects of the 5-HT Uptake Inhibitor, Sertraline, on Ethanol, Water and Food Consumption
Several reports in the literature (Gill et al, 1985; Lucki et al, 1988; Gill et al, 1988a, b; Wong et al, 1988) have shown that 5HT uptake inhibitors decrease ethanol and food consumption in rats.
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