Kate Ginsberg

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Levorphanol is a widely used opiate analgesic. Although structurally related to morphine, levorphanol has high affinity for a number of receptor subtypes, including both kappa 1 and kappa 3. Prior reports had implicated a kappa component of levorphanol-induced antinociception. Evidence is now presented suggesting that levorphanol-induced analgesia is(More)
  • K M Ginsberg
  • University of Michigan journal of law reform…
  • 1997
Artificial insemination by donor is becoming an increasingly popular means to achieving parenthood. While the majority of couples use artificial insemination to overcome fertility problems, many recipients use artificial insemination to avoid passing a genetic disease to their children. However, case studies reveal the inherent dangers of artificial(More)
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