The anticholinesterase hypothermia in the rat: its practical application in the study of the central effectiveness of oximes.


Cholinesterase inhibitors that can pass the blood-brain barrier produce hypothermia when injected intravenously in just sublethal doses. From a comparison of the hypothermia-reducing effects of five cholinesterase-reactivating oximes when injected intraperitoneally or subarachnoidally into rats pretreated with DFP or soman it was possible to distinguish… (More)


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