The influence of nociceptive stimuli on the convulsant action of camphor

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The effect of nociceptive (pain) stimulation on the convulsant effect of camphor was studied on white mice and guinea pigs. Camphor was injected subcutaneously in a dose of 1 mg/g to mice and intraperitoneally in a dose of 0.20–0.24 mg/g to guinea pigs. Convulsions in mice were recorded visually and evaluated according to the 5-point system (0-absence of… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00793021

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