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Adenosine analogs and sleep in rats.
- M. Radulovački, R. M. Virus, M. Djuricic-Nedelson, R. Green
- Biology, ChemistryThe Journal of pharmacology and experimental…
- 1 February 1984
The results indicate that the effect on sleep of all three adenosine analogs was obtained with nanomolar doses of the drugs and that it diminished or disappeared when the drug dose reached micromolar range (0.9 mumol/kg); it appears, therefore, that activation of A1 rather than A2 receptors contributed to the sleep effects of the Drugs.
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