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LY-255582 is a phenylpiperidine non-selective opioid antagonist. It has been shown to reduce ethanol consumption in experiments carried out on rats. It has also been shown to reduce food and water consumption in rats.
- Dhaher R et al. (Feb 2012). "Effects of naltrexone and LY255582 on ethanol maintenance, seeking, and relapse responding by alcohol-preferring (P) rats.". Alcohol. 46 (1): 17–27. doi:10.1016/j.alcohol.2011.08.011.
- Shaw WN et al. (Jun 1991). "The effect of the opioid antagonist LY255582 on body weight of the obese Zucker rat.". Int J Obes. 15 (6): 387–95. PMID 1653188.
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