Lisuride-induced mounting and its modification by drugs active on adrenergic and dopaminergic receptors.

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Imidazole (IMID), (9.37-75 mg/Kg) and yohimbine (YOH), (0.5-2.5 mg/Kg), strongly potentiated lisuride-induced mounting, scored as a percentage of animals affected and mean number of mounts per animal, while clonidine (150 micrograms/Kg) significantly antagonized the phenomenon. A high (2 mg/Kg) but not a low (50 micrograms/Kg) dose of B-HT 920 and DPI (100… (More)

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@article{Ferrari1986LisurideinducedMA, title={Lisuride-induced mounting and its modification by drugs active on adrenergic and dopaminergic receptors.}, author={F. Ferrari and Giovanella Baggio and Valentina Mangiafico}, journal={Pharmacological research communications}, year={1986}, volume={18 12}, pages={1159-68} }