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Emerging Approaches to Alcohol Research
Volume 21, Number 4, 1997

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             275   In This Issue

Features

277 Charting Recent Progress: Advances in Alcohol Research

 

325 Apoptosis and Necrosis: Two Types of Cell Death in Alcoholic Liver Disease

Amin A. Nanji and Susanne Hiller-Sturmhoefel

287 Alcohol-Induced Cell Death in the Embryo

Susan M. Smith

331 New Modeling Methods: Geographic Information Systems and Spatial Analysis

William F. Wieczorek and Craig E. Hanson

298 New Genetic Technologies in Alcohol Research

Gregg E. Homanics and Susanne Hiller-Sturmhoefel

340 Strategies To Increase Alcohol Screening in Health Care Settings

Michael F. Fleming

310 Scarring in Alcoholic Liver Disease: New Insights and Emerging Therapies

Scott L. Friedman

348 Brief Screening Instruments for Alcoholism

Cheryl J. Cherpitel

317 Cytokines and Alcoholic Liver Disease

Craig J. McClain, Steven Shedlofsky, Shirish Barve, and Daniell B. Hill

352 New Methods of Treatment Efficacy Research: Bridging Clinical Research and Clinical Practice

Kathleen M. Carroll

321 Oxidative Stress and Alcoholic Liver Disease

Jose C. Fernandez-Checa, Neil Kaplowitz, Anna Colell, and Carmen Garcia-Ruiz

360 Index for Volume 21

 


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