Naloxone and Focal Cerebral Ischemia

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    Hosobuchi Y, , Baskin DS, & Woo SK: Reversal of induced ischemic neurologic deficit in gerbils by the opiate antagonist naloxone. Science 215:6971, 1982 Hosobuchi Y, Baskin DS, Woo SK: Reversal of induced ischemic neurologic deficit in gerbils by the opiate antagonist naloxone. Science 215:69–71, 1982

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    Levy R, , Feustel P, & Severinghaus J, et al: Effect of naloxone on neurologic deficit and cortical blood flow during focal cerebral ischemia in cats. Life Sci 31:22052208, 1982 Levy R, Feustel P, Severinghaus J, et al: Effect of naloxone on neurologic deficit and cortical blood flow during focal cerebral ischemia in cats. Life Sci 31:2205–2208, 1982

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  • 1.

    Baskin DS, & Hosobuchi Y: Naloxone reversal of ischemic neurological deficits in man. Lancet 2:272275, 1981 Baskin DS, Hosobuchi Y: Naloxone reversal of ischemic neurological deficits in man. Lancet 2:272–275, 1981

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    Holaday JW, & D'Amato RJ: Naloxone or TRH fails to improve neurologic deficits in gerbil models of “stroke.” Life Sci 31:385392, 1982 Holaday JW, D'Amato RJ: Naloxone or TRH fails to improve neurologic deficits in gerbil models of “stroke.” Life Sci 31:385–392, 1982

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    Hosobuchi Y, , Baskin DS, & Woo SK: Reversal of induced ischemic neurologic deficit in gerbils by the opiate antagonist naloxone. Science 215:6971, 1982 Hosobuchi Y, Baskin DS, Woo SK: Reversal of induced ischemic neurologic deficit in gerbils by the opiate antagonist naloxone. Science 215:69–71, 1982

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    Levy R, , Feustel P, & Severinghaus J, et al: Effect of naloxone on neurologic deficit and cortical blood flow during focal cerebral ischemia in cats. Life Sci 31:22052208, 1982 Levy R, Feustel P, Severinghaus J, et al: Effect of naloxone on neurologic deficit and cortical blood flow during focal cerebral ischemia in cats. Life Sci 31:2205–2208, 1982

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