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Studies on the hypothermic response of capsaicin and its analogue in mice.

@article{Fujii1986StudiesOT,
  title={Studies on the hypothermic response of capsaicin and its analogue in mice.},
  author={T Fujii and Yumi Ohbuchi and S. Takahashi and Tsukasa Sakurada and Shinobu Sakurada and Ryuichiro Ando and Kensuke Kisara},
  journal={Archives internationales de pharmacodynamie et de therapie},
  year={1986},
  volume={280 1},
  pages={
          165-76
        }
}
Administration of capsaicin (CAP) and its related pungent, nonanoyl vanillylamide (NVA) produced significant dose-dependent hypothermic response in mice at an ambient temperature of 24 degrees C. CAP was approximately equieffective to NVA in producing hypothermia. After large doses, desensitization occurred to the hypothermic effects of both CAP and NVA. The hypothermia produced by CAP and NVA was prevented by a small dose of thyrotropin-releasing hormone (TRH) (0.25 nmol/animal) which by… 
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