GABA: Antagonistic effect on electroacupuncture analgesia and morphine analgesia in the rat

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Abstract

The role of GABAergic system in the brain in mediating electroacupuncture (EA) analgesia and morphine analgesia was studied by using GABA synthesis inhibitors, GABA degradation inhibitors, GABA receptor blockers and diazepam. The results indicate that GABAergic system in the brain may be antagonistic to both EA and morphine analgesia. © 1982.

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Fan, S. G., Qu, Z. C., Zhe, Q. Z., & Han, J. S. (1982). GABA: Antagonistic effect on electroacupuncture analgesia and morphine analgesia in the rat. Life Sciences, 31(12–13), 1225–1228. https://doi.org/10.1016/0024-3205(82)90348-4

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