Acute tolerance to the hypnotic effect of morphine in rats.

Abstract

To demonstrate the development of acute tolerance to the hypnotic effects of morphine, loss and recovery of the righting reflex with a constant-rate morphine infusion was studied in rats. In one group of animals, brain and serum concentrations of morphine were detected (radioimmunoassay) at the time of loss of the righting reflex, and in another group, at… (More)

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