Inhibition of Ang II-Induced Drinking by Dermorphin Given into the SFO or into the Lateral Ventricle of Intact or of SFO Lesioned Rats
Dermorphin is an opioid heptapeptide found in the skin of South American frogs of the Phyllomedusa genus1,2. Afterwards, dermorphin-like immunoreactivity has been detected in the central nervous system of rats, pigs and frogs3.
KeywordsLateral Ventricle Water Deprivation Guide Cannula Lesion Animal Subfornical Organ
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