Sex differences in antinociceptive and motoric effects of cannabinoids.

Abstract

Cannabinoids are currently used for the treatment of excessive weight loss and nausea; however, there are very few studies that have examined cannabinoid effects in females of any species. A previous study has shown that there are sex differences in cannabinoid pharmacokinetics in rats, suggesting that there could be sex differences in cannabinoid-induced… (More)

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@article{Tseng2001SexDI, title={Sex differences in antinociceptive and motoric effects of cannabinoids.}, author={Alan H. Tseng and Rebecca M. Craft}, journal={European journal of pharmacology}, year={2001}, volume={430 1}, pages={41-7} }