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The Bite of the Honeybee: 2-Heptanone Secreted from Honeybee Mandibles during a Bite Acts as a Local Anaesthetic in Insects and Mammals

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The effect of 2-H, lidocaine, and other alkyl-ketones on the sciatic nerve of the rat

. a) the effects of 2-H and lidocaine (Lido) on the nCAP of the rat sciatic nerve, the time-response curves for 3.41 mg/mL 2-H and lidocaine. b) the time-response curves after the preparation was washed with normal saline (recovery) and the nCAP was monitored for 24 h, c) the time-response curves for 3.41 mg/mL 2-H, 3H, 4H, d) the recovery e) 2-pentanone (2-Pe), 3-pentanone (2-Pe), 2-hexanone (2-He), 2-octanone (2-Oc) and 3-octanone (3-Oc) f) the time-response curves after the preparations were washed with normal saline (recovery) and the nCAP was monitored for 24 h.

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0047432.g006