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AGONISTAS Y ANTAGONISTAS
Dra. Cynthia del C. Díaz R1A  Asesora: Dra. Norma López ME 
HOSPITAL UNIVERSITARIODR. JOSÉ ELEUTERIO GONZÁLEZUANL
 
Historia
Opio:
Papaver somniferum
.
Opio, láudano, elixir paregórico, mandrágora, etc.
Deriva del nombre griego que significa
³
 jugo´ 
,
se obtiene delexudado lechoso de la amapola o adormidera
Papaver somniferum.
 
Historia
1806
, el químico alemán Friederich Sertürner aisló por primeravez el principio activo del opio:
m
orfina
.
1898
se introduce la
he
roína
(
diacetilmorfina).
1938
se sintetiza la
mepe
ridina
por la industria alemana.
1940
se introducen los antagonistas de los receptores de losopioides,
naloxona y naltr 
e
 xona
.

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