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Oscillatory effects of repeated morphine on shock-induced hypoalgesia and beta-endorphin

Synapse

Aug 15, 1998

B J KucinskiM C Austin

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Recent research indicates that the sensitization that results from repeated drug or non-drug stress exposure may develop into a pattern of alternating increases and decreases (i.e., oscillation) in response to each subsequent stressor exposure. Oscillation, with or without prior sensiti...read more

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Oscillatory effects of repeated morphine on shock-induced hypoalgesia and beta-endorphin

Synapse

Aug 15, 1998

B J KucinskiM C Austin

PMID: 9704878

DOI: 10.1002/(sici)1098-2396(199809)30:1<30::aid-syn4>3.0.co;2-l

Abstract

Recent research indicates that the sensitization that results from repeated drug or non-drug stress exposure may develop into a pattern of alternating increases and decreases (i.e., oscillation) in response to each subsequent stressor exposure. Oscillation, with or without prior sensiti...read more

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DRUG Screen Quant Caffeine
Lithium Chloride
Morphine Measurement
Lithium Measurement
Quick-Pep
Bipolar Disorder
Endocrine System
Beta-Endorphin
Hypoalgesia
POMC gene

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