N3-phenacyluridine as a new type of antinociceptive compound in mice.


The antinociceptive activity of N3-phenacyluridine, a novel hypnotic, was examined with tail pinch, hot plate and acetic acid-induced abdominal constriction methods by intracerebroventricular (i.c.v.) injection to mice. In the first method, N3-phenacyluridine exerted antinociceptive activity after the i.c.v. injection at a dose of 0.5 micromol/mouse… (More)


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@article{Kimura2003N3phenacyluridineAA, title={N3-phenacyluridine as a new type of antinociceptive compound in mice.}, author={Toshiyuki Kimura and Tomomi Shimizu and Tatsuya Funahashi and Mayumi Nagakura and Kazuhito Watanabe and Kuniomi Tachibana and Shigemi Kondo and Ing Kang Ho and Ikuo Yamamoto}, journal={Research communications in molecular pathology and pharmacology}, year={2003}, volume={113-114}, pages={57-65} }