Reversal of stress-induced analgesia by apomorphine, but not by amphetamine.


Acute exposure to severe stressors induce profound analgesia as well as depleting catecholamine levels. The present study examined whether d-amphetamine and apomorphine, agents which increase catecholamine availability, would alter the analgesic effectiveness of cold-water swims (CWS) and 2-deoxy-D-glucose (2-DG) as measured by an operant liminal escape… (More)


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