paralytic agents, Urethane- advice sought

Mathew V. Jones jonesmat at ohsu.edu
Wed Dec 6 12:31:53 EST 1995


In article <1995Dec4.095613.36892 at ucl.ac.uk> , k.jeffery at ucl.ac.uk writes:
>>2)  recording rat hippocampal AEPs.  any problems with using urethane 
>>anesthetic?  

Urethane is very good at potentiating GABAergic inhibition at anesthetic
concentrations. If AEPs involve any inhibitory circuitry, they could be
significantly affected by urethane (or pentobarb, or halothane, or
propofol, etc...).



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