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Pietrowicz D, Kocur J, Porczynski P. 
“The Effects Of LSD And Propranolol On The Motor Activity In Rabbits”. 
Acta Physiol. Pol.. 1978;29(6):531-535.
In the investigations on the effects of LSD and propranolol on the rabbit motor activity an original device counting and recording all movements of the animals was used. LSD, administered to rabbits in a dose of 0.1 mg/kg i.v.. changed the behavior of the animals, increasing their motor activity. Propranolol prevented alterations in the behavior of rabbits and the LSD-induced increase in their motor activity.
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