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Acoustic Stimulation

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  • Observed frequency and duration of amnesia to auditory stimulation after lorazepam was 58% and 3 hours, respectively (mean values), with marked diminuition of antirecall effect at 120 minutes [5].
  • Conversely, the non-selective agonist, N-ethyl-carboxamidoadenosine (NECA), was highly potent, the ED50 being 0.0005 mg/kg, i.p. In the absence of auditory stimulation, the adenosine receptor antagonists increased the incidence of both clonic and tonic seizures in DBA/2 mice [12].

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Associations of Acoustic Stimulation with chemical compounds

  • Dose-response curves generated during acoustic stimulation by varying GABA ejection current were sigmoidal at all ages studied, and the range of slopes relating discharge rate to applied currents increased during the first 10 postnatal days [19].
  • Conversely, the indenopyrrole, eboracin, protected mice from seizures induced by auditory stimulation and altered the response to Metrazol [20].
  • In unanesthetized rats cocaine (0.3-10.0 mg/kg, i.v.) also decreased LC spontaneous discharge rate and LC discharge evoked by repeated auditory stimulation [21].
  • Reliability of low-frequency auditory stimulation studies associated with technetium-99m hexamethylpropylene amine oxime single-photon emission tomography [22].
  • 3. Dose-response curves were either sigmoidal or linear over the range that measurements were made, and maximum discharge rates evoked by high doses of glutamate in the youngest animals studied tended to be lower than those produced by acoustic stimulation alone in older animals [23].

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