Gender-related differences in the pharmacological effects of addictive drug are an emerging issue. This review examines gender differences in both pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic aspects of alcohol and cocaine intake since they cause complex pharmacological interactions, not least the formation of the active metabolite cocaethylene.

Graziani, M., Nencini, P., & NISTICO', R.G. (2014). Genders and the concurrent use of cocaine and alcohol: Pharmacological aspects. PHARMACOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 87, 60-70 [10.1016/j.phrs.2014.06.009].

Genders and the concurrent use of cocaine and alcohol: Pharmacological aspects

NISTICO', ROBERT GIOVANNI
2014

Abstract

Gender-related differences in the pharmacological effects of addictive drug are an emerging issue. This review examines gender differences in both pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic aspects of alcohol and cocaine intake since they cause complex pharmacological interactions, not least the formation of the active metabolite cocaethylene.
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Alcohol; Cocaethylene; Cocaine; Gender; Pharmacodynamics; Pharmacokinetics; Pharmacology; Animals; Cocaine; Drug Interactions; Ethanol; Female; Humans; Male; Sex Characteristics; Sex Factors; Substance-Related Disorders
Graziani, M., Nencini, P., & NISTICO', R.G. (2014). Genders and the concurrent use of cocaine and alcohol: Pharmacological aspects. PHARMACOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 87, 60-70 [10.1016/j.phrs.2014.06.009].
Graziani, M; Nencini, P; Nistico', Rg
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