Published in Medical Device Law Weekly, March 21st, 2010
"Both rats receiving Lidocaine and rats receiving vehicle exhibited the expected lengthening of contact-return latency as the intensity of the mating stimuli increased (mount <intromission <ejaculation). Although rats given Lidocaine versus vehicle received a greater number of intromissions, no other group differences were observed," wrote S.H. Meerts and...
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