Nicotine responses in hypersensitive and knockout 4 mice account for tolerance to both hypothermia and locomotor suppression in wild-type mice

@inproceedings{Tapper2007NicotineRI,
  title={Nicotine responses in hypersensitive and knockout 4 mice account for tolerance to both hypothermia and locomotor suppression in wild-type mice},
  author={Andrew R Tapper and Sheri L. McKinney and Michael J. Marks and Henry A. Lester},
  year={2007}
}
Tapper AR, McKinney SL, Marks MJ, Lester HA. Nicotine responses in hypersensitive and knockout 4 mice account for tolerance to both hypothermia and locomotor suppression in wild-type mice. Physiol Genomics 31: 422–428, 2007. First published August 21, 2007; doi:10.1152/physiolgenomics.00063.2007.—Nicotinic receptors containing the 4 subunit ( 4* nAChRs) have high sensitivity and are widely expressed in the central nervous system, yet their contributions to behavioral tolerance, a hallmark of… CONTINUE READING