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We have previously reported that serial systemic injections of low-dose (subconvulsive) domoic acid (DOM) during early postnatal development produces changes in both behavior and hippocampal cytoarchitecture in aged rats (17 months) that are similar to those seen in existing animal models of tempora...
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While it is known that glutamate is critical to CNS development and function, less is known about the role of kainate receptors, a subclass of ionotropic glutamate receptors, during ontogeny. This is especially true with respect to the emergence and expression of behaviour. It is also known that the...
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Medetomidine proved to be an effective sedative in rainbow trout but not an anaesthetic; its effects were antagonized by atipamezole. The clinical signs of medetomidine sedation were rapid settling to the bottom of the tank followed by progressive ataxia. The sedative effect was dose-dependent: at 1...
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This study investigated the pharmacokinetics of morphine sulphate in an injectable chitosan-based gel. Gels were made from a combination of N-O-carboxymethylchitosan (NOCC) and chitosan and were easily injectable via a 22 gauge needle and appeared stable during long-term storage. Groups of six beagl...
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Cumulative behavioural toxicity was measured in groups of male and female rat pups (n=6/sex) at different stages of postnatal development. Dose-response curves (DRCs) for toxicity produced by domoic acid (DOM) were generated using animals on postnatal days (PND) 0, 5, 14, and 22, using a behavioural...
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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Postsynaptic density-95 inhibitors reduce ischemic brain damage without inhibiting excitatory neurotransmission, circumventing the negative consequences of glutamatergic inhibition. However, their efficacy in permanent ischemia and in providing permanent neuroprotection and n...
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The pharmacokinetics and bioavailability (F) of single dose sustained release morphine sulfate (OSRMS) and nonsustained release morphine sulfate (NSRMS) were compared to each other and to a bolus injection of morphine sulfate (MS) intravenously (i.v.) in dogs. Beagles (n = 6) were randomly assigned ...
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Osmotic minipumps are often used as an alternative to repetitive injections for prolonged drug delivery in adult rats. The appropriateness of using this technology for sustained drug delivery in newborn rats, however, has not been validated. Our objective was to determine if implantation of osmotic ...
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