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Science. 1976 Jun 25;192(4246):1357-8.

Analgesia mediated by a direct spinal action of narcotics.

Abstract

Narcotic analgetics administered directly into the spinal subarachnoid space of the rat via a chronically inserted catheter produce a potent analgesia that can be antagonized by naloxone. The narcotics, acting only at the spinal level, changed cord function to block not only spinal reflexes but also the operant response to painful stimuli.

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