Interactions between mecamylamine and alcohol in Long-Evans rats: flash-evoked potentials, body temperature, behavior, and blood alcohol concentration.

@article{Hetzler2013InteractionsBM,
  title={Interactions between mecamylamine and alcohol in Long-Evans rats: flash-evoked potentials, body temperature, behavior, and blood alcohol concentration.},
  author={Bruce E Hetzler and Alison M Bauer},
  journal={Progress in neuro-psychopharmacology & biological psychiatry},
  year={2013},
  volume={43},
  pages={29-39}
}
Mecamylamine, a noncompetitive antagonist of nicotinic acetylcholine receptors, has many potential clinical applications, including treating alcohol dependency. However, little is known about the combined effects of mecamylamine and alcohol on visual system electrophysiology. We examined the separate and combined effects of mecamylamine (4.0mg/kg, ip) and alcohol (2.0 g/kg, ip) on flash-evoked potentials (FEPs) recorded from the visual cortex (VC) and superior colliculus (SC) of chronically… CONTINUE READING
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