Effects of forced shaking stress at low temperature on pentobarbital-induced sleeping in mice.

@article{Matsumoto1991EffectsOF,
  title={Effects of forced shaking stress at low temperature on pentobarbital-induced sleeping in mice.},
  author={Kinzo Matsumoto and Tetsuo Satoh and L H Bing and Hidehiko Ohta and Hiroshi Watanabe},
  journal={General pharmacology},
  year={1991},
  volume={22 4},
  pages={729-33}
}
1. Effects of a new stressful manipulation, forced shaking stress at low temperature (4 degrees C) (FSLT stress), on sleeping induced by pentobarbital were investigated 70 min following its application. 2. Repeated application (7 times) decreased the duration of sleep induced by pentobarbital-Na (45 mg/kg, i.p.) in mice without affecting that induced by ketamine-HCl and chloral hydrate. This effect of FSLT stress disappeared 3 days after termination of application. 3. The latency of nociceptive… CONTINUE READING