Unusual Effects of Nicotine as a Psychostimulant on Ambulatory Activity in Mice
Effects of combined administrations of 10 mg/kg of BUP with 0.031–0.125 mg/kg of HAL (a), 0.0625–0.25 mg/kg of FLU (b), or 0.25–2 mg/kg of NIC (c) or combined administration of 4 mg/kg of MP with 0.25–2 mg/kg of NIC (d) on ambulatory activity in ICR mice. Filled columns represent mean values of ambulatory activity for 60 min after the administrations, and vertical lines indicate SEM. (a) = 20–40, (b) = 30–50, (c) = 20–80, and (d) = 20–40. * compared with BUP + saline or MP + saline.
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