F S Miralles

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The effects of the non-specific opiate antagonist L-naloxone and the inactive isomer D-naloxone, as well as the specific mu receptor antagonist beta-funaltrexamine, have been examined on hyperthermia-induced seizures in unrestrained 15 days old rats. Saline-injected animals exposed to an ambient temperature of 40 degrees C showed a gradual increase in body(More)
There is increasing evidence suggesting that endogenous opioid peptides play a role both in temperature regulation and in the etiopathology of seizures. We have studied the effects of the opioid antagonist naloxone on hyperthermia-induced seizures in unrestrained 15 day old rat pups. Saline injected control animals exposed to an ambient temperature of 40(More)
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