M. Ghadimi

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The effects of GABA receptor agents on Straub tail induced by morphine were investigated in mice. Subcutaneous injection of different doses of morphine (10-60 mg/kg) induced a dose-dependent Straub tail in mice. Maximum response was obtained with 40 mg/kg of the drug, 30 min after the drug administration. The morphine response was decreased by subcutaneous(More)
HSP90 inhibition represents a promising route to cancer therapy, taking advantage of cancer cell-inherent proteotoxic stress. The HSP90-inhibitor ganetespib showed benefit in advanced clinical trials. This raises the need to identify the molecular determinants of treatment response. We tested the efficacy of ganetespib on a series of colorectal cancer(More)
The uses of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are limited by a variety of side effects. So research on preparing new analgesic agents is important. According to some reports about the analgesic activity of hydrazide and hydrazine derivatives a new series of these compounds were synthesized in order to obtain new analgesic compounds. The final(More)
Straub-tail behavior was induced by subcutaneous injection of different doses (10-60 mg/kg) of morphine to mice. The maximum response was obtained with 20-40 mg/kg of the drug. The response induced by morphine (40 mg/kg) was decreased by intraperitoneal administration of different doses of clonidine (0.05-0.1 mg/kg). Pretreatment of animals with yohimbine(More)
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