R W Panek

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Exposure of rats to high levels of nitrous oxide (N2O) in oxygen (O2) reduced body temperature in a concentration-related manner. The hypothermia was partly reversed by pretreatment with naloxone but not naltrexone. But in rats rendered tolerant to morphine by pellet implantation, exposure to 75% N2O/25% O2 evoked a marked hypothermia similar to that(More)
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