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Unusual Effects of Nicotine as a Psychostimulant on Ambulatory Activity in Mice

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Effects of repeated administrations of saline or 1โ€‰mg/kg of NIC (a), 10โ€‰mg/kg of BUP (b), or 4โ€‰mg/kg of MP (c) to the same ICR mice on ambulatory activity. The administration was repeated 5 times with intervals of 3-4 days. Symbols represent mean values of ambulatory activity for 60โ€‰min periods after the administrations, and vertical lines indicate SEM. Saline: ๐‘ = 6 0 , NIC: ๐‘ = 2 0 , BUP: ๐‘ = 6 0 , and MP: ๐‘ = 1 0 0 . * ๐‘ƒ < 0 . 0 5 compared with saline control at the same time point. # ๐‘ƒ < 0 . 0 5 compared with the first administration of the drug.
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