A mobilizable pool of d-amphetamine in adipose after daily administration to rats.

Abstract

Six daily injections (subacute) of 2.5 mg d-amphetamine/kg resulted in a 60% higher concentration of unchanged drug in adipose compared with adipose from rats injected once. Subacute treatment also resulted in 30% less amphetamine in brain one hour after injection, when the animals were killed for tissue analysis. Moderate stress, in the form of foot shock… (More)

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@article{Sparber1977AMP, title={A mobilizable pool of d-amphetamine in adipose after daily administration to rats.}, author={Sheldon B. Sparber and Sayaka Nagasawa and K E Burklund}, journal={Research communications in chemical pathology and pharmacology}, year={1977}, volume={18 3}, pages={423-31} }