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[Change in the electrodermal resistance at biologically active points as an index of the functional state of the body in animals]
Variations in electrodermal resistance (EDR) at biologically active points were recorded in rat experiments during administration of neurotropic agents. Morphine and aminazine raised while corasole diminished EDR at these points. Variations in EDR at the biologically active points can be regarded as an index of the function of the animal central nervous system.