The discriminative stimulus effects of naloxone and naltrexone in morphine-treated rhesus monkeys: comparison of oral and subcutaneous administration

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  Rationale: Opioid antagonists are used to reverse the toxic effects of opioids, to diagnose opioid dependence and to treat opioid and other (alcohol) drug abuse. Objectives: This study compared the discriminative stimulus effects of two opioid antagonists (naloxone and naltrexone), after parenteral and oral administration. Methods: The discriminative… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s002130050985

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@article{Gauthier1999TheDS, title={The discriminative stimulus effects of naloxone and naltrexone in morphine-treated rhesus monkeys: comparison of oral and subcutaneous administration}, author={Cheryl A. Gauthier and Charles P. France}, journal={Psychopharmacology}, year={1999}, volume={144}, pages={131-136} }