Evaluation of narcotic analgetic activity using a cat tail-flick procedure
A classical narcotic analgetic testing procedure, the thermal-induced rat tail-flick, has been adapted for utilization in cats. The feline tail-flick method is simple to perform and is a sensitive, specific, and reproducible test for evaluation of narcotic analgetic activity. It is readily applicable to chronic investigations in this species. Â© 1979.
Journal of pharmacological methods
Goldstein, Frederick J. and Malseed, R. T., "Evaluation of narcotic analgetic activity using a cat tail-flick procedure" (1979). PCOM Scholarly Papers. 1321.
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