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Background This investigation examined the possibility that the inhibitory effect of halothane on nonshivering thermogenesis… Expand Background Neuronal nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (nAchRs) are inhibited by low concentrations of volatile anesthetics… Expand BACKGROUND
According to the Meyer-Overton rule, anesthetic potency of a substance can be predicted by its lipid solubility, but a… Expand Molecular mechanisms of anesthetic action on neurotransmitter receptors are poorly understood. The major excitatory… Expand Background Nonanesthetic volatile compounds fail to inhibit movement in response to noxious stimulation at concentrations… Expand Nonimmobilizers (inhaled compounds that do not suppress movement in response to a noxious stimulus) resemble anesthetics in their… Expand Most nonanesthetics (inhaled compounds that neither cause anesthesia when given alone nor decrease the partial pressure of a… Expand Anesthetics depress the central nervous system, whereas nonimmobilizers (previously called nonanesthetics) and transitional… Expand BackgroundThe Meyer-Overton rule predicts that an anesthetic's potency will correlate with its oil solubility. A group of… Expand