Some comparisons among the calming and pain-relieving effects of sucrose, glucose, fructose and lactose in infant rats.

@article{Blass1994SomeCA,
  title={Some comparisons among the calming and pain-relieving effects of sucrose, glucose, fructose and lactose in infant rats.},
  author={Elliott M. Blass and D J Shide},
  journal={Chemical senses},
  year={1994},
  volume={19 3},
  pages={239-49}
}
Ultrasonic vocalizations were recorded from 10-day-old albino rats while they were isolated from their dam and siblings. Each rat received a 1.0% BW intra-oral infusion of sucrose, fructose, glucose or lactose at a concentration range of 0.22-0.66 M for 3 min and their vocalizations were determined during the infusion and for an additional 7 min. Sucrose, fructose and glucose all significantly reduced vocalizations to about 50% of baseline levels, whereas lactose, the milk sugar, was… CONTINUE READING
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