Ethanol withdrawal tremor potentiates the tremorogenic action of nicotine.

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The tremorogenic effect of nicotine was studied in control rats and in rats withdrawn for 16-48 h from six to nine days' ethanol administration. The frequency and the intensity of tremor were measured electronically. A single dose of nicotine 5 mg/kg caused shortlasting (2-3 min) convulsions within 1 min after injection in control rats. Tremor occurred… (More)

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