Modulation of gender-specific effects upon swim analgesia in gonadectomized rats.

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Gender-specific effects have been observed for continuous and intermittent cold-water swim (CCWS and ICWS respectively) analgesia: analgesic magnitudes following CCWS and ICWS are significantly smaller in female rats than in age-matched and weight-matched male rats. The present study evaluated the role of gonadal status in these gender-specific effects by… (More)

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@article{Romero1987ModulationOG, title={Modulation of gender-specific effects upon swim analgesia in gonadectomized rats.}, author={Milagros Romero and Karen L Kepler and M L Cooper and Barry R. Komisaruk and Richard J. Bodnar}, journal={Physiology & behavior}, year={1987}, volume={40 1}, pages={39-45} }