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Effects of naloxone and hypophysectomy on electroconvulsive shock-induced analgesia

, : Effects of naloxone and hypophysectomy on electroconvulsive shock-induced analgesia. Brain Research 208(1): 230-233

Powerful analgesia follows electroconvulsive shock in both hypophysectomized and sham-operated rats. Antagonism of this analgesia by naloxone implicates opioid peptides in its mediation, its occurrence in hypophysectomized animals implicating opioids of central nervous system rather than pituitary origin. Because naloxone only partially reduces electroconvulsive shock analgesia in hypophysectomized rats, the participation of another, non-opioid analgesia substrate also seems indicated.


PMID: 6258747

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