Sensitization to morphine withdrawal in guinea-pigs
The aim of this study was to determine whether sensitization occurred to morphine withdrawal. Guinea-pigs were treated twice daily with increasing doses of morphine (10-100 mg/kg s.c.) for 3 days followed by injection of morphine 100 mg/kg on the fourth day. Sixty min after the last morphine injection, animals were withdrawn from morphine with naltrexone, 15 mg/kg s.c., and locomotor activity and all other behaviours scored over 90 min. Animals were then rested for 3 days. This procedure was...[Show more]
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