Michael B. Mosher

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Salvinorin A is a unique hallucinogen that is seeing increased use in humans. It is not currently a controlled substance and is used as a legal alternative to controlled substances. Usually smoked or buccally absorbed by chewing, doses of approximately 200 mcg can produce profound hallucinogenic effects of short duration. The mechanism of action of(More)
Previous studies based upon competition between different organic anions for biliary excretion in vivo have suggested that all organic anions share a common hepatic secretory mechanism. Corriedale sheep with an inherited defect in organic anion excretion by the liver were used to study this problem directly without the need for competition studies, the(More)