[45Ca-uptake, mitochondrial protein bound Ca2+ and ultrastructural distribution of Ca2+ in some brain regions of mice during drug-induced analgesia].

After buprenorphine (Bup, 0.8 mg/kg ip) treatment 45Ca-uptake (cpm/mg fresh brain) in vivo by brain slices decreased from 589 +/- 12 and 486 +/- 12 to 522 +/- 14 and 408 +/- 10 and mitochondrial protein bound Tb3+ (Tb3+ relative fluorescent intensity) reduced from 41 +/- 5 and 32 +/- 2 to 30 +/- 3 and 22 +/- 2 in periaqueductal grey and hypothalamus… CONTINUE READING