From the July 1976 magazine.

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A chemical substance, tasteless, innocuous--an isomer of disulfiram [Antabuse], for Instance--could be added to the water supply or to the alcoholic beverage itself that would have no effect on the individual with blood alcohol levels up to 100 mg% or any arbitrary level. Blood levels above this concentration of the substance would produce unpleasant symptoms within the individual. This...

-- George A. Gross, DO