A translational systems biology approach in both animals and humans identifies a functionally related module of accumbal genes involved in the regulation of reward processing and binge drinking in males

David Stacey, Anbarasu Lourdusamy, Barbara Ruggeri, Matthieu Maroteaux, Tianye Jia, Anna Cattrell, Charlotte Nymberg, Tobias Banaschewski, Sohinee Bhattacharyya, Hamid Band, Gareth Barker, Arun Bokde, Christian Büchel, Fabiana Carvalho, Patricia Conrod, Sylvane Desrivières, Alanna Easton, Mira Fauth-Buehler, Alberto Fernandez-Medarde, Herta FlorVincent Frouin, Jurgen Gallinat, Hugh Garavanh, Andreas Heinz, Bernd Ittermann, Mark Lathrop, Claire Lawrence, Eva Loth, Karl Mann, Jean Luc Martinot, Frauke Nees, Tomas Paus, Zdenka Pausova, Marcella Rietschel, Andrea Rotter, Eugenio Santos, Michael Smolka, Wolfgang Sommer, Manuel Mameli, Rainer Spanagel, Jean Antoine Girault, Christian Müller, Gunter Schumann

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