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Table 2. Isoflurane Loss of Righting Reflex

After receiving saline, 10 mg/kg chlorisondamine, 5 mg/kg mecamylamine, or 1 mg/kg intraperitoneal nicotine, male and female mice were tested for the concentration of isoflurane that resulted in loss of righting reflex (LORR). There was no significant difference in the concentration of isoflurane that caused LORR with any nicotinic modulator. Data are mean ± SE.

* 129J strain genetic background.

† C57B1/6J strain genetic background.

NA = not attempted; NS = not significant.

Table 2. Isoflurane Loss of Righting Reflex
Table 2. Isoflurane Loss of Righting Reflex
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