Ontogeny of the opioidergic regulation of LH and prolactin secretion in lactating sow. I: failure of naloxone to antagonize suckling-induced changes in LH and prolactin secretion in early lactation, irrespective of pattern of administration.

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The principal aim of this study was to investigate the ontogeny of an opioidergic mechanism mediating the suckling-induced inhibition of LH secretion during lactation in sows. In contrast to an increase in LH secretion in response to naloxone treatment on days 10 and 11 of lactation (P < 0.05), a single injection of 2 mg naloxone kg-1 at 39, 51, 63, or 75 h… (More)

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