Long-term amitriptyline treatment alters the affinity state of alpha 2 adrenoceptors in rabbit hindbrain.

Life Sciences
C A HamiltonJ L Reid

Abstract

The effects of 7 and 21 days amitriptyline treatment on brain stem alpha 2 adrenoceptor number and affinity state and on the in vivo depressor response to intracisternal clonidine were examined in male New Zealand white rabbits.

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Feb 13, 1990·European Journal of Pharmacology·M A YakubuJ L Reid
Dec 1, 1986·British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology·C A Hamilton, J L Reid

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