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Effects of thyrotropin-releasing hormone (TRH) analogs were compared in rats to evaluate the structure-activity relationships of such compounds in the treatment of traumatic spinal cord injury. CG3703, a TRH analog having a modified amino-terminus, significantly improved motor recovery and somatosensory-evoked responses after trauma; in contrast, RX77368,(More)
Nalmefene is an opiate receptor antagonist, derived from naltrexone, that has a significantly longer plasma half-life than naloxone after i.v. administration and that may have enhanced activity at kappa opiate receptors. Because of the demonstrated beneficial effects of other opiate-receptor antagonists in spinal cord injury (SCI) and the postulated role of(More)
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