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Inbred mouse lines selectively bred for divergent levels of swim induced analgesia were differed in the ability to escape electric footshock. Mice displaying a high analgesia on a hot plate, after swimming for 3 min at 20 degrees centigrade terminated electric current applied at ascending intensity to the grid floor at a higher value compared to the low analgesia line. The difference was particularly pronounced after swim stress, when mice of the former line manifested a serious escape deficitpmid:3407447 fatcat:fp3h5xosxrcqrbufj2vrrl3bqy