Scientists understand how cancers get drunk.
Researched found the connection behavior of cancers and their rate of intoxication.
It turned out that communicative crayfish get drunk one and a half times faster cancers-individuals, reported in the journal of Experimental Biology.
Scientists placed young Louisiana crawfish in the aquarium, the water of which was added a small amount of ethanol. It was found that if the previous 7 — 10 days the cancer had been alone, he has the intoxication comes about a third later than in the animals that spent the time “in”. Drunken crayfish actively flailing tails, and could not stay on the feet.
“Alcohol is a tricky drug because it affects a wide range of systems. Not enough is yet known as the past social experience is associated with acute effects of alcohol,” says study author Jens Herberholz from the University of the state of Maryland.
Because socialized crayfish drunk faster than singles, Herberholz suggests that alcohol has a great influence on the production of gamma-aminobutyric acid, the major inhibitory neurotransmitter of the Central nervous system. He also believes that insulation can make a person less sensitive to the effects of alcohol.
“Our research shows that social experiences can change sensitivity to alcohol. Drunk people can potentially give different responses to the alcohol depending on the previous social experience,” he added.
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