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213 17 17 2 2 Irwin Baumel John J. DeFeo Harbans Lal Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology University of Rhode Island 02881 Kingston Rhode Island Summary Acute exposure of mice to hypobaric hypoxia, or reduced oxygen at normal pressure, markedly potentiated barbiturate-induced hypnosis. The...
213 17 17 2 2 I. P. Stolerman R. Kumar Department of Pharmacology University College London UK Summary Rats were induced to administer morphine to themselves by drinking solutions of it in preference to water; this behaviour was found to be a valid model of morphine dependence. Previous...
213 17 17 2 2 Leif H. Lindström Department of Pharmacology University of Uppsala Uppsala Sweden Summary A possible relationship between central nervous muscarinic and monoaminergic mechanisms with regard to inhibition of oestrous behaviour in female rats was investigated. Increased central...
213 17 17 2 2 Thomas A. Layden W. Robert McGrath Fellner D. Smith Schick Pharmaceutical, Inc. Seattle Washington U.S. Vitamin New York N.Y. University of Washington Seattle Washington Summary The effect of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) upon the response rates in variable interval and...
213 17 17 2 2 Joseph H. Stephens John W. Shaffer Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine 21205 Baltimore Maryland Summary In a six-week double-blind cross-over study, DPH, 100 mg, t.i.d., was found to be markedly more effective than DPH, 5...
213 17 17 2 2 Conan Kornetsky Division of Psychiatry Boston University School of Medicine 02118 Boston Mass. Summary The findings reported in this review present a number of avenues of approach to the study of the effects of drugs on children. Many investigators have begun to classify the...
213 17 17 2 2 C. J. E. Niemegeers F. J. Verbruggen P. A. J. Janssen Janssen Pharmaceutica Beerse Belgium Summary The inhibitory effects of four neuroleptic drugs on amphetamineinduced stimulation in a discriminated Sidman avoidance procedure in rats were measured. Amphetamine 0.63 mg/kg s.c....
213 17 17 2 2 T. Thompson J. Trombley D. Luke D. Lott Department of Psychiatry University of Minnesota USA Summary Rats conditioned on three values of FR, VR, FI and VI food reinforcement schedules were administered 1.0, 3.0 and 6.0 mg/kg I.P. of morphine or saline. Overall response rate varied...
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