From respiratory complications brought on by the long term use of tobacco products, to opioid induced respiratory depression, researchers are using animal models to evaluate how addictive substances effect lung function. The methods below help researchers gain insight into lung health and disease caused by acute and chronic substance abuse.
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Animals have the ability to become addicted to alcohol and drugs, similar to humans. This makes in vivo models the most translatable method to reliably study addiction in preclinical studies. Researchers studying addictive behavior use objective and subjective tools to assess self-administration, tolerance, withdrawal, motivation, cognitive function, punishment, and more.
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