Dose‐dependent effects of the 5‐HT1A receptor agonist 8‐OH‐DPAT on sleep and wakefulness in the rat

@article{Monti1992DosedependentEO,
  title={Dose‐dependent effects of the 5‐HT1A receptor agonist 8‐OH‐DPAT on sleep and wakefulness in the rat},
  author={Jaime M. Monti and H{\'e}ctor Jantos},
  journal={Journal of Sleep Research},
  year={1992},
  volume={1}
}
  • J. Monti, H. Jantos
  • Published 1 September 1992
  • Biology, Psychology
  • Journal of Sleep Research
SUMMARY  Sleep and wakefulness were studied in rats following administration of a selective 5‐HT1A agonist (8‐OH‐DPAT), a non‐selective 5‐HT1A antagonist [(‐) pindolol] and a combination of 8‐OH‐DPAT and (—) pindolol. 
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