Effect of bromazepam on stress-induced gastric ulcer in rats and its relation to brain neurotransmitters.


The possible antiulcer potential of bromazepam was investigated in relation to its effect on the levels of central neurotransmitters in rats. Peptic ulcer was induced by cold-restraint stress, by immobilizing the animals in open wire restraint cages placed for 2 h at 4 degrees C. Bromazepam (1 and 2 mg x kg(-1), i.p.) was given as prophylactic regimens… (More)


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