A Iu Kozlov

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The paper reviews the data available in the literature and the authors own data demonstrating the differences in the levels of endogenous opioids and in the effects of enkephalinase inhibitor and naloxone in morphine-responsive and morphine-resistant and -tolerant animals. In the morphine-tolerant animals, a single administration of enkephalinase inhibitor(More)
Various behavioural nociceptive reactions and individual resistance against stress were studied under conditions of stimulation of the immune processes by various techniques. The research problems included a study of influence of the immune stimulation with preparation "Imunofan" upon pain responses depending on individual resistance of animals to a stress,(More)
It was found that the absence of the analgesic effect of morphine, as determined by the tail-flick test, in morphine-resistant and morphine-tolerant rats, as well as in naloxane blockade of morphine analgesia in morphine-sensitive rats was attended with a four- to eight-fold increase in morphine antibodies in the plasma, as determined by the ELISA method.(More)
In morphine-sensitive (s.c. 1.5 mg/kg) Wistar rats (60%) i.p. inoculation of 300-600 mg/kg d-Phenylalanine (d-Pha) did not change the nociception (tail-flick test), but in morphine-resistant rats (40%) evoked a dose-dependent analgetic effect. In morphine-sensitive rats (40%) chronic morphine administration induced the tolerance and d-Pha injection evoked(More)
In morphine-sensitive (s. c. 1.5 mg/kg) Wistar rats i.p. injection of 0.3 mg/kg naloxone either did not change nociception (tail-flick test) or induced hyperalgesia. In morphine-resistant rats 0.2-0.7 mg/kg naloxone injection induced analgetic effect but 1.0 mg/kg induced hyperalgesia. In morphine-sensitive rats chronic morphine administration induced the(More)
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