The effect of bromantan on the sexual behavior and conception in rats

 
The effect of bromantan on the sexual behavior and conception in rats

Abstract

The results of experiments on rats showed that the psychotropic drug bromantan affects the sexual behavior and pairing activity. A three-day treatment with bromantan (30 and 300 mg/kg, p.o.) predominantly increased the sexual proceptivity, whereas a chronic administration (for 2 months in males and 2 weeks in females) produced a dose-dependent increase in both proceptivity and receptivity. The observed effects are probably related to the dopamine-positive action of bromantan.

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Author of Study or Paper
Kuzubova EA, Bugaeva LI, Spasov AA.
Date Published
2004

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