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By H. A. Baldwin, K. T. Britton, G. F. Koob (auth.), Dr. Detlev Ganten M.D., Ph. D., Dr. Donald Pfaff Ph. D. (eds.)

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1986). Inhibition of OT release has been observed in the presence of relaxin (Summerlee et al. 1984; Jones and Summerlee 36 W. K. 1. Mogg 1986 and 1987; Dayanithi et al. 1987), PRL (Carter and Lightman 1987), p.. adrenergics (Moos and Richard 1979), dopamine (Seybold et al. 1976), serotonin (Mizuno et al. 1967), and the opioid peptides (Clarke et al. 1979; Summy-Long et al. 1984; Bicknell et al. 1985; Samson et al. 1985; Lincoln and Russell 1986). Recent demonstrations of the OT-stimulatory effect of the opiate antagonist naloxone (Samson et al.

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Behavioral Aspects of Neuroendocrinology by H. A. Baldwin, K. T. Britton, G. F. Koob (auth.), Dr. Detlev Ganten M.D., Ph. D., Dr. Donald Pfaff Ph. D. (eds.)

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