Kellianne J Richardson

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The abuse-related behavioral effects produced by nitrous oxide (N₂O) gas have been suggested as being unique compared with other abused inhalants. The drug discrimination paradigm in animals can be used to study subjective effects of drugs in humans and to test this hypothesis. The goals of the present experiment were to establish N₂O discrimination in mice(More)
Nitrous oxide (N2O) gas is a widely used anesthetic adjunct in dentistry and medicine that is also commonly abused. Studies have shown that N2O alters the function of the N-methyl-d-aspartate (NMDA), GABAA, opioid, and serotonin receptors among others. However, the receptors systems underlying the abuse-related central nervous system effects of N2O are(More)
OBJECTIVES To investigate the prognostic significance of the magnetic resonance (MR) findings of meningeal hyperintensity of the olfactory bulbs and tumour extension into the caudal nasal recess (CNR) in dogs with nasal tumours treated by radiotherapy. METHODS MR images of 41 dogs with nasal tumours treated with radiotherapy were reviewed. The occurrence(More)
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