The effects of chronic administration of naltrexone on appetite and water exchange in rats.

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The effects of chronic administration of naltrexone (200 microgram/kg/hr) on appetitive behaviors and renal water and electrolyte excretions were studied in rats. Naltrexone reduced food and water intake, the renal excretions of water and electrolyte excretions were studied in rats. Naltrexone reduced food and water intake, the renal excretions of water and… (More)

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@article{Lang1982TheEO, title={The effects of chronic administration of naltrexone on appetite and water exchange in rats.}, author={Ivan M. Lang and Jean C. Strahlendorf and Howard K. Strahlendorf and Lorenz O Lutherer and Charles D. Barnes}, journal={Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior}, year={1982}, volume={16 6}, pages={909-13} }