Bright artificial light produces subsensitivity to nicotine.

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Bright artificial light is a treatment for seasonal depression. Eleven (11) rats were exposed to bright artificial light (11,500 lux) for two consecutive weeks. The thermic response to nicotine was measured prior to light exposure and after one and two weeks of treatment. The thermic response to nicotine at baseline was -1.69 +/- 0.25 degrees C (mean… (More)

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@article{Dilsaver1988BrightAL, title={Bright artificial light produces subsensitivity to nicotine.}, author={Steven C. Dilsaver and Michał J Majchrzak}, journal={Life sciences}, year={1988}, volume={42 2}, pages={225-30} }