PMID: 2942805Jan 1, 1986Paper

Changes in body temperature after administration of adrenergic and serotonergic agents and related drugs including antidepressants: II

Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
W G Clark, J M Lipton

Abstract

This survey continues a second series of compilations of data regarding changes in body temperature induced by drugs and related agents. The information listed includes the species used, the route of administration and dose of drug, the environmental temperature at which experiments were performed, the number of tests, the direction and magnitude of change in body temperature and remarks on the presence of special conditions, such as age or brain lesions. Also indicated is the influence of other drugs, such as antagonists, on the response to the primary agent. Most of the papers were published from 1980 to 1984 but data from many earlier papers are also tabulated.

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