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Old 08-24-2011
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Default action of opiod on respiration

could any tell me respiratory depression action of opiods is due to its action on which receptor.
IS it Mu .kappa or something else.??
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e.g heroine acts at mue receptors to cause respiratory depression so we give naloxone,naltrexone antagonist
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