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    • Involvement of the opioid system in the development and expression of sensitization to the locomotor-activating effect of ethanol 

      Camarini, Rosana [UNIFESP]; Pires, Maria Laura Nogueira [UNIFESP]; Calil, Helena Maria [UNIFESP] (Cambridge Univ Press, 2000-12-01)
      Previous studies have shown that pretreatment with naloxone (Nlx), an opiate antagonist, attenuates the stimulating effect of ethanol. the purpose of the present study was to determine the influence of Nix on the development ...

    • Morphine attenuates the expression of sensitization to ethanol, but opioid antagonists do not 

      Abrahao, Karina Possa [UNIFESP]; Quadros, I. M.; Souza-Formigoni, M. L. O. [UNIFESP] (Elsevier B.V., 2008-10-28)
      Behavioral sensitization to ethanol is characterized by an increased locomotor activity after repeated exposure. A great variability exists among species and strains in the development of sensitization. There is a growing ...

    • Pro-epileptic effect of alfentanil in rats subjected to pilocarpine-induced chronic epilepsy 

      Garrido Sanabria, Emilio Rafael; D'Andrea Vieira, Isabella; Fernanda Da Silveira Pereira, Maria; Coutinho Faria, Leonardo; Da Silva, Andre Cesar; Abrao Cavalheiro, Esper; Silva Fernandes, Maria Jose da (Elsevier B.V., 2006-05-15)
      Pharmacological induction of epileptiform activity is a complementary method to study the epileptogenic area in drug-resistant epileptic patients. Among the different activation methods, fentanyl derivatives (e.g. alfentanil) ...