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Figure 4

From: Attenuation by dextromethorphan on the higher liability to morphine-induced reward, caused by prenatal exposure of morphine in rat offspring

Figure 4

Effects of morphine (1 mg/kg) on behavioral sensitization of ambulatory locomotor activity in the male offspring rats (p60) from different groups (A: Control group; B: Morphine group; C: M + DM group; D: DM group). Data were presented as mean ± SEM. Student t-test was used to analyze the data for the significance of the difference from the activity on day 0 (*p < 0.05 compared with the data on day 0; n 7).

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