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Biphasic selective effect of antiserum to β-endorphin on nociceptive sensitivity in rats

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Litvinova, S.V., Aristova, V.V., Aristov, Y.N. et al. Biphasic selective effect of antiserum to β-endorphin on nociceptive sensitivity in rats. Bull Exp Biol Med 107, 444–447 (1989). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00842370

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Key Words

  • β-endorphin
  • nociceptive sensitivity
  • nociceptive stimuli