Differences between the anorexic actions of amphetamine and fenfluramine--possible effects on hunger and satiety.

@article{Blundell1976DifferencesBT,
  title={Differences between the anorexic actions of amphetamine and fenfluramine--possible effects on hunger and satiety.},
  author={John Blundell and C J Latham and Micah Leshem},
  journal={The Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology},
  year={1976},
  volume={28 6},
  pages={471-7}
}
The inhition of feeding in rats brought about by amphetamine and fenfluramine was continuously monitored for periods of up to 24 h using a pellet detecting eatometer. For rats tested under conditions of food deprivation the two drugs gave rise to distinctive anorexic profiles: amphetamine delayed the onset of eating whereas fenfluramine allowed eating to commence normally but brought about an early termination of the initial bout of feeding. When the drugs were administrated to rats with free… CONTINUE READING

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