Antiexudative Effects of Opioids and Expression of - and - Opioid Receptors during Intestinal Inflammation in Mice: Involvement of Nitric Oxide

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The study evaluates the effects of (KOR), (DOR), and -opioid receptor (MOR) agonists on the inhibition of plasma extravasation during acute and chronic intestinal inflammation in mice. The antiexudative effects of KOR and DOR agonists in animals treated with nitric oxide synthase (NOS) inhibitors and their protein levels in the gut (whole jejunum and mucosa… (More)

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@inproceedings{Jimnez2005AntiexudativeEO, title={Antiexudative Effects of Opioids and Expression of - and - Opioid Receptors during Intestinal Inflammation in Mice: Involvement of Nitric Oxide}, author={Natalia Jim{\'e}nez and Margarita Mar{\'i}a Puig and Olga Pol}, year={2005} }