Behavioural, neurochemical and thermogenic effects of buprenorphine in animals.
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Ph.D. thesis. Typescript.

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The effects of buprenorphine on behaviour in the ACI and BN rat inbred strains H Avsaroglu*, R Sommer*, L J Hellebrekers†,LFMvanZutphen* and H A van Lith* *Department of Animals, Science and Society, Division of Laboratory Animal Science, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Utrecht University, The Netherlands; †Department of Equine Sciences and Department of Clinical Sciences of Companion. The study, described in this thesis, was undertaken to elucidate the effects predator exposure has on behaviour, on neurochemical parameters in various brain regions and on neuroendocrine parameters. Also the effects of repeated predator exposure were assessed. For this purpose C57bl/6N and Balb/c mice were exposed to a rat for thirty minutes.   Borsini F, Podhorna J, Marazziti D () Do animal models of anxiety predict anxiolytic-like effects of antidepressants? Psychopharmacology – CrossRef PubMed Google Scholar Brown SM, Holtzman M, Kim T, Kharasch ED () Buprenorphine metabolites, buprenorphineglucuronide and norbuprenorphineglucuronide, are biologically by: SummaryBuprenorphine is a partial μ, κ agonist that has been shown to influence spontaneous behaviour in animals. Previously, we have demonstrated significant differences in the analgesic response SummaryBuprenorphine is a partial μ, κ agonist that has been shown to influence spontaneous behaviour in animals.

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