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Pregnancy increases affinity of [3H]muscimol binding to GABAA receptors in the rat forebrain. Post-partum, the receptor affinity is further increased concomitantly with a reduction of the receptor density. These changes may result from an action of endogenous placental and adrenal steroids, tetrahydroprogesterone and tetrahydrodeoxycorticosterone, which in(More)
Several relatively selective compounds with affinity for the sigma binding site were assessed for their ability to inhibit apomorphine-induced climbing in the mouse. Although, the majority of compounds inhibited apomorphine-induced climbing, there was no correlation between the ability to inhibit climbing and potency in sigma binding assays using(More)
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