[Naloxone does not modify the anti-inflammatory effect of counter-irritation with turpentine].

Abstract

In the rat, previous injection of turpentine reduced carrageenan-induced oedema. Naloxone and nalorphine did not modify the anti-inflammatory effect of this kind of counter-irritation. Morphine had no influence on carrageenan oedema. These results suggest that endogenous endorphins take no part to the anti-inflammatory effect of counter-irritation by turpentine.

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@article{Seghaye1986NaloxoneDN, title={[Naloxone does not modify the anti-inflammatory effect of counter-irritation with turpentine].}, author={R Seghaye and Etienne Deflandre and Gaby Remacle-Volon and Jacques Damas}, journal={Comptes rendus des séances de la Société de biologie et de ses filiales}, year={1986}, volume={180 3}, pages={386-9} }