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    1. Vergnolle, N; Bunnett, NW; Sharkey, KA; Brussee, V; Compton, SJ; Grady, EF; Cirino, G; Gerard, N; Basbaum, AI; Andrade-Gordon, P; Hollenberg, MD; Wallace, JL
      Proteinase-activated receptor-2 and hyperalgesia: A novel pain pathway

      NATURE MEDICINE
    2. Chen, ZF; Rebelo, S; White, F; Malmberg, AB; Baba, H; Lima, D; Woolf, CJ; Basbaum, AI; Anderson, DJ
      The paired homeodomain protein DRG11 is required for the projection of cutaneous sensory afferent fibers to the dorsal spinal cord

      NEURON
    3. Taylor, BK; Roderick, RE; St Lezin, E; Basbaum, AI
      Hypoalgesia and hyperalgesia with inherited hypertension in the rat

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Riley, RC; Trafton, JA; Chi, SI; Basbaum, AI
      Presynaptic regulation of spinal cord tachykinin signaling via GABA(B) butnot GABA(A) receptor activation

      NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Kiss, S; Yoshiyama, M; Cao, YQ; Basbaum, AI; de Groat, WC; Lecci, A; Maggi, CA; Birder, LA
      Impaired response to chemical irritation of the urinary tract in mice withdisruption of the preprotachykinin gene

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    6. Martin, WJ; Malmberg, AB; Basbaum, AI
      PKC gamma contributes to a subset of the NMDA-dependent spinal circuits that underlie injury-induced persistent pain

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Trafton, JA; Abbadie, C; Basbaum, AI
      Differential contribution of substance P and neurokinin a to spinal cord neurokinin-1 receptor signaling in the rat

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    8. Julius, D; Basbaum, AI
      Molecular mechanisms of nociception

      NATURE
    9. Chuang, HH; Prescott, ED; Kong, HY; Shields, S; Jordt, SE; Basbaum, AI; Chao, MV; Julius, D
      Bradykinin and nerve growth factor release the capsaicin receptor from PtdIns(4,5)P-2-mediated inhibition

      NATURE
    10. Malmberg, AB; Hedley, LR; Jasper, JR; Hunter, JC; Basbaum, AI
      Contribution of alpha(2) receptor subtypes to nerve injury-induced pain and its regulation by dexmedetomidine

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    11. Trafton, JA; Basbaum, AI
      The contribution of spinal card neurokinin-1 receptor signaling to pain

      JOURNAL OF PAIN
    12. Taylor, BK; Basbaum, AI
      Early antinociception delays edema but does not reduce the magnitude of persistent pain in the formalin test

      JOURNAL OF PAIN
    13. Mitchell, JM; Basbaum, AI; Fields, HL
      A locus and mechanism of action for associative morphine tolerance

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    14. Taylor, BK; Peterson, MA; Roderick, RE; Tate, J; Green, PG; Levine, JO; Basbaum, AI
      Opioid inhibition of formalin-induced changes in plasma extravasation and local blood flow in rats

      PAIN
    15. Taylor, BK; Roderick, RE; Basbaum, AI
      Brainstem noradrenergic control of nociception is abnormal in the spontaneously hypertensive rat

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    16. Trafton, JA; Abbadie, C; Marek, K; Basbaum, AI
      Postsynaptic signaling via the mu-opioid receptor: Responses of dorsal horn neurons to exogenous opioids and noxious stimulation

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    17. Mogil, JS; Yu, L; Basbaum, AI
      Pain genes?: Natural variation and transgenic mutants

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF NEUROSCIENCE
    18. Caterina, MJ; Leffler, A; Malmberg, AB; Martin, WJ; Trafton, J; Petersen-Zeitz, KR; Koltzenburg, M; Basbaum, AI; Julius, D
      Impaired nociception and pain sensation in mice lacking the capsaicin receptor

      SCIENCE
    19. Basbaum, AI
      Spinal mechanisms of acute and persistent pain

      REGIONAL ANESTHESIA AND PAIN MEDICINE
    20. Basbaum, AI; Woolf, CJ
      Pain

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    21. Martin, WJ; Liu, H; Wang, H; Malmberg, AB; Basbaum, AI
      Inflammation-induced up-regulation of protein kinase C gamma immunoreactivity in rat spinal cord correlates with enhanced nociceptive processing

      NEUROSCIENCE
    22. Martin, WJ; Loo, CM; Basbaum, AI
      Spinal cannabinoids are anti-allodynic in rats with persistent inflammation

      PAIN
    23. Martin, WJ; Gupta, NK; Loo, CM; Rohde, DS; Basbaum, AI
      Differential effects of neurotoxic destruction of descending noradrenergicpathways on acute and persistent nociceptive processing

      PAIN
    24. Petersen-Zeitz, KR; Basbaum, AI
      Second messengers, the substantia gelatinosa and injury-induced persistentpain

      PAIN
    25. Trafton, JA; Abbadie, C; Marchand, S; Mantyh, PW; Basbaum, AI
      Spinal opioid analgesia: How critical is the regulation of substance P signaling?

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    26. Honore, P; Menning, PM; Rogers, SD; Nichols, ML; Basbaum, AI; Besson, JM; Mantyh, PW
      Spinal substance P receptor expression and internalization in acute, short-term, and long-term inflammatory pain states

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    27. Liu, HT; Cao, YQ; Basbaum, AI; Mazarati, AM; Sankar, R; Wasterlain, CG
      Resistance to excitotoxin-induced seizures and neuronal death in mice lacking the preprotachykinin A gene

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    28. Basbaum, AI
      Distinct neurochemical features of acute and persistent pain

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    29. Abbadie, C; Skinner, K; Mitrovic, I; Basbaum, AI
      Neurons in the dorsal column white matter of the spinal cord: Complex neuropil in an unexpected location

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    30. Margeta-Mitrovic, M; Mitrovic, I; Riley, RC; Jan, LY; Basbaum, AI
      Immunohistochemical localization of GABA(B) receptors in the rat central nervous system

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    31. MARTIN WJ; MALMBERG AB; BASBAUM AI
      PAIN - NOCISTATIN SPELLS RELIEF

      Current biology
    32. TOMINAGA M; CATERINA MJ; MALMBERG AB; ROSEN TA; GILBERT H; SKINNER K; RAUMANN BE; BASBAUM AI; JULIUS D
      THE CLONED CAPSAICIN RECEPTOR INTEGRATES MULTIPLE PAIN-PRODUCING STIMULI

      Neuron (Cambridge, Mass.)
    33. MALMBERG AB; BASBAUM AI
      PARTIAL SCIATIC-NERVE INJURY IN THE MOUSE AS A MODEL OF NEUROPATHIC PAIN - BEHAVIORAL AND NEUROANATOMICAL CORRELATES

      Pain
    34. ABBADIE C; BASBAUM AI
      THE CONTRIBUTION OF CAPSAICIN-SENSITIVE AFFERENTS TO THE DORSAL-ROOT GANGLION SPROUTING OF SYMPATHETIC AXONS AFTER PERIPHERAL-NERVE INJURY IN THE RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    35. ROHDE DS; BASBAUM AI
      ACTIVATION OF COERULEOSPINAL NORADRENERGIC INHIBITORY CONTROLS DURINGWITHDRAWAL FROM MORPHINE IN THE RAT

      The Journal of neuroscience
    36. CAO YQ; MANTYH PW; CARLSON EJ; GILLESPIE AM; EPSTEIN CJH; BASBAUM AI
      PRIMARY AFFERENT TACHYKININS ARE REQUIRED TO EXPERIENCE MODERATE TO INTENSE PAIN

      Nature
    37. HAMMOND DL; WANG HL; NAKASHIMA N; BASBAUM AI
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF INTRATHECALLY ADMINISTERED DELTA-OPIOID AND MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR AGONISTS ON FORMALIN-EVOKED NOCICEPTION AND ON THE EXPRESSION OF FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE SPINAL-CORD OF THE RAT

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    38. TAYLOR BK; AKANA SF; PETERSON MA; DALLMAN MF; BASBAUM AI
      PITUITARY-ADRENOCORTICAL RESPONSES TO PERSISTENT NOXIOUS STIMULI IN THE AWAKE RAT - ENDOGENOUS CORTICOSTERONE DOES NOT REDUCE NOCICEPTION IN THE FORMALIN TEST

      Endocrinology
    39. BHATNAGAR S; DALLMAN MF; RODERICK RE; BASBAUM AI; TAYLOR BK
      THE EFFECTS OF PRIOR CHRONIC STRESS ON CARDIOVASCULAR-RESPONSES TO ACUTE RESTRAINT AND FORMALIN INJECTION

      Brain research
    40. SKINNER K; BASBAUM AI; FIELDS HL
      CHOLECYSTOKININ AND ENKEPHALIN IN BRAIN-STEM PAIN MODULATING CIRCUITS

      NeuroReport
    41. ROHDE DS; MCKAY WR; CHANG DS; ABBADIE C; BASBAUM AI
      THE CONTRIBUTION OF SUPRASPINAL, PERIPHERAL AND INTRINSIC SPINAL CIRCUITS TO THE PATTERN AND MAGNITUDE OF FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE LUMBAR SPINAL-CORD OF THE RAT WITHDRAWING FROM MORPHINE

      Neuroscience
    42. LLEWELLYNSMITH IJ; MARTIN CL; MINSON JB; PILOWSKY PM; ARNOLDA LF; BASBAUM AI; CHALMERS JP
      NEUROKININ-1 RECEPTOR-IMMUNOREACTIVE SYMPATHETIC PREGANGLIONIC NEURONS - TARGET SPECIFICITY AND ULTRASTRUCTURE

      Neuroscience
    43. JASMIN L; CARSTENS E; BASBAUM AI
      INTERNEURONS PRESYNAPTIC TO RAT TAIL-FLICK MOTONEURONS AS MAPPED BY TRANSNEURONAL TRANSPORT OF PSEUDORABIES VIRUS - FEW HAVE LONG ASCENDINGCOLLATERALS

      Neuroscience
    44. ABBADIE C; TAYLOR BK; PETERSON MA; BASBAUM AI
      DIFFERENTIAL CONTRIBUTION OF THE 2 PHASES OF THE FORMALIN TEST TO THEPATTERN OF C-FOS EXPRESSION IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD - STUDIES WITH REMIFENTANIL AND LIDOCAINE

      Pain
    45. TAYLOR BK; PETERSON MA; BASBAUM AI
      CONTINUOUS INTRAVENOUS-INFUSION OF NALOXONE DOES NOT CHANGE BEHAVIORAL, CARDIOVASCULAR, OR INFLAMMATORY RESPONSES TO SUBCUTANEOUS FORMALIN IN THE RAT

      Pain
    46. ABBADIE C; TRAFTON J; LIU HT; MANTYH PW; BASBAUM AI
      INFLAMMATION INCREASES THE DISTRIBUTION OF DORSAL HORN NEURONS THAT INTERNALIZE THE NEUROKININ-1 RECEPTOR IN RESPONSE TO NOXIOUS AND NONNOXIOUS STIMULATION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    47. MALMBERG AB; BRANDON EP; IDZERDA RL; LIU HT; MCKNIGHT GS; BASBAUM AI
      DIMINISHED INFLAMMATION AND NOCICEPTIVE PAIN WITH PRESERVATION OF NEUROPATHIC PAIN IN MICE WITH A TARGETED MUTATION OF THE TYPE-I REGULATORY SUBUNIT OF CAMP-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    48. ALLEN BJ; ROGERS SD; GHILARDI JR; MENNING PM; KUSKOWSKI MA; BASBAUM AI; SIMONE DA; MANTYH PW
      NOXIOUS CUTANEOUS THERMAL STIMULI INDUCE A GRADED RELEASE OF ENDOGENOUS SUBSTANCE-P IN THE SPINAL-CORD - IMAGING PEPTIDE ACTION IN-VIVO

      The Journal of neuroscience
    49. JASMIN L; BURKEY AR; CARD JP; BASBAUM AI
      TRANSNEURONAL LABELING OF A NOCICEPTIVE PATHWAY, THE SPINO(TRIGEMINO-)PARABRACHIO-AMYGDALOID, IN THE RAT

      The Journal of neuroscience
    50. MALMBERG AB; CHEN C; TONEGAWA S; BASBAUM AI
      PRESERVED ACUTE PAIN AND REDUCED NEUROPATHIC PAIN IN MICE LACKING PKC-GAMMA

      Science
    51. LIU HT; MANTYH PW; BASBAUM AI
      NMDA-RECEPTOR REGULATION OF SUBSTANCE-P RELEASE FROM PRIMARY AFFERENTNOCICEPTORS

      Nature
    52. TAYLOR BK; PETERSON MA; BASBAUM AI
      EARLY NOCICEPTIVE EVENTS INFLUENCE THE TEMPORAL PROFILE, BUT NOT THE MAGNITUDE, OF THE TONIC RESPONSE TO SUBCUTANEOUS FORMALIN - EFFECTS WITH REMIFENTANIL

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    53. SKINNER K; FIELDS HL; BASBAUM AI; MASON P
      GABA-IMMUNOREACTIVE BOUTONS CONTACT IDENTIFIED OFF AND ON CELLS IN THE NUCLEUS RAPHE MAGNUS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    54. ROHDE DS; DETWEILER DJ; BASBAUM AI
      FORMALIN-EVOKED FOS EXPRESSION IN SPINAL-CORD IS ENHANCED IN MORPHINE-TOLERANT RATS

      Brain research
    55. PETERSON MA; BASBAUM AI; ABBADIE C; ROHDE DS; MCKAY WR; TAYLOR BK
      THE DIFFERENTIAL CONTRIBUTION OF CAPSAICIN-SENSITIVE AFFERENTS TO BEHAVIORAL AND CARDIOVASCULAR MEASURES OF BRIEF AND PERSISTENT NOCICEPTION AND TO FOS EXPRESSION IN THE FORMALIN TEST

      Brain research
    56. ROHDE DS; MCKAY WR; ABBADIE C; BASBAUM AI
      CONTRIBUTION OF SACRAL SPINAL-CORD NEURONS TO THE AUTONOMIC AND SOMATIC CONSEQUENCES OF WITHDRAWAL FROM MORPHINE IN THE RAT

      Brain research
    57. ROHDE DS; DETWEILER DJ; BASBAUM AI
      SPINAL-CORD MECHANISMS OF OPIOID TOLERANCE AND DEPENDENCE - FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY EXPRESSION INCREASES IN SUBPOPULATIONS OF SPINAL-CORDNEURONS DURING WITHDRAWAL (VOL 72, PG 233, 1996)

      Neuroscience
    58. ROHDE DS; DETWEILER DJ; BASBAUM AI
      SPINAL-CORD MECHANISMS OF OPIOID TOLERANCE AND DEPENDENCE - FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY EXPRESSION INCREASES IN SUBPOPULATIONS OF SPINAL-CORDNEURONS DURING WITHDRAWAL

      Neuroscience
    59. ABBADIE C; BROWN JL; MANTYH PW; BASBAUM AI
      SPINAL-CORD SUBSTANCE-P RECEPTOR IMMUNOREACTIVITY INCREASES IN BOTH INFLAMMATORY AND NERVE INJURY MODELS OF PERSISTENT PAIN

      Neuroscience
    60. BASBAUM AI; ROHDE DS; DETWEILER DJ
      NEW PERSPECTIVES ON THE DEFINITION OF PAIN - RESPONSE

      Pain
    61. GOGAS KR; CHO HJ; BOTCHKINA GI; LEVINE JD; BASBAUM AI
      INHIBITION OF NOXIOUS STIMULUS-EVOKED PAIN BEHAVIORS AND NEURONAL FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE SPINAL-CORD OF THE RAT BY SUPRASPINAL MORPHINE

      Pain
    62. GOGAS KR; LEVINE JD; BASBAUM AI
      DIFFERENTIAL CONTRIBUTION OF DESCENDING CONTROLS TO THE ANTINOCICEPTIVE ACTIONS OF KAPPA-OPIOID AND MU-OPIOID, AN ANALYSIS OF FORMALIN-EVOKED C-FOS EXPRESSION

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    63. DETWEILER DJ; ROHDE DS; BASBAUM AI
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF OPIOID TOLERANCE IN THE FORMALIN TEST IN THE RAT

      Pain
    64. BASBAUM AI
      INSIGHTS INTO THE DEVELOPMENT OF OPIOID TOLERANCE

      Pain
    65. TAYLOR BK; PETERSON MA; BASBAUM AI
      EXAGGERATED CARDIOVASCULAR AND BEHAVIORAL NOCICEPTIVE RESPONSES TO SUBCUTANEOUS FORMALIN IN THE SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    66. TAYLOR BK; PETERSON MA; BASBAUM AI
      PERSISTENT CARDIOVASCULAR AND BEHAVIORAL NOCICEPTIVE RESPONSES TO SUBCUTANEOUS FORMALIN REQUIRE PERIPHERAL-NERVE INPUT

      The Journal of neuroscience
    67. MANTYH PW; DEMASTER E; MALHOTRA A; GHILARDI JR; ROGERS SD; MANTYH CR; LIU HT; BASBAUM AI; VIGNA SR; MAGGIO JE; SIMONE DA
      RECEPTOR ENDOCYTOSIS AND DENDRITE RESHAPING IN SPINAL NEURONS AFTER SOMATOSENSORY STIMULATION

      Science
    68. MANTYH PW; ALLEN CJ; GHILARDI JR; ROGERS SD; MANTYH CR; LIU HT; BASBAUM AI; VIGNA SR; MAGGIO JE
      RAPID ENDOCYTOSIS OF A G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTOR - SUBSTANCE-P-EVOKED INTERNALIZATION OF ITS RECEPTOR IN THE RAT STRIATUM IN-VIVO

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    69. TAYLOR BK; BASBAUM AI
      NEUROCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF EXTRACELLULAR SEROTONIN IN THE ROSTRAL VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA AND ITS MODULATION BY NOXIOUS STIMULI

      Journal of neurochemistry
    70. LIU HT; LLEWELLYNSMITH IJ; BASBAUM AI
      COINJECTION OF WHEAT-GERM AGGLUTININ-HRP AND CHOLERAGENOID-HRP INTO THE SCIATIC-NERVE OF THE RAT BLOCKS TRANSGANGLIONIC TRANSPORT

      The Journal of histochemistry and cytochemistry
    71. BROWN JL; LIU HT; MAGGIO JE; VIGNA SR; MANTYH PW; BASBAUM AI
      MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF SUBSTANCE-P RECEPTOR-IMMUNOREACTIVENEURONS IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD AND TRIGEMINAL NUCLEUS CAUDALIS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    72. MATES FF; ROLLEMA H; TAIWO YO; LEVINE JD; BASBAUM AI
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ANALGESIA AND EXTRACELLULAR MORPHINE IN BRAIN AND SPINAL-CORD IN AWAKE RATS

      Brain research
    73. JASMIN L; GOGAS KR; AHLGREN SC; LEVINE JD; BASBAUM AI
      WALKING EVOKES A DISTINCTIVE PATTERN OF FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE CAUDAL BRAIN-STEM AND SPINAL-CORD OF THE RAT

      Neuroscience
    74. MORGAN MM; GOGAS KR; BASBAUM AI
      DIFFUSE NOXIOUS INHIBITORY CONTROLS REDUCE THE EXPRESSION OF NOXIOUS STIMULUS-EVOKED FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE SUPERFICIAL AND DEEP LAMINAE OF THE RAT SPINAL-CORD

      Pain
    75. JASMIN L; WANG H; TARCZYHORNOCH K; LEVINE JD; BASBAUM AI
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF MORPHINE ON NOXIOUS STIMULUS-EVOKED FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN SUBPOPULATIONS OF SPINOPARABRACHIAL NEURONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    76. LIU HT; BROWN JL; JASMIN L; MAGGIO JE; VIGNA SR; MANTYH PW; BASBAUM AI
      SYNAPTIC RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SUBSTANCE-P AND THE SUBSTANCE-P RECEPTOR - LIGHT AND ELECTRON-MICROSCOPIC CHARACTERIZATION OF THE MISMATCH BETWEEN NEUROPEPTIDES AND THEIR RECEPTORS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    77. LIU H; WANG H; SHENG M; JAN LY; JAN YN; BASBAUM AI
      EVIDENCE FOR PRESYNAPTIC N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE AUTORECEPTORS IN THE SPINAL-CORD DORSAL HORN

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    78. MIAO FJP; JANIG W; DALLMAN MF; BENOWITZ NL; HELLER PH; BASBAUM AI; LEVINE JD
      ROLE OF VAGAL AFFERENTS AND SPINAL PATHWAYS MODULATING INHIBITION OF BRADYKININ-INDUCED PLASMA EXTRAVASATION TRY INTRATHECAL NICOTINE

      Journal of neurophysiology
    79. LEVINE JD; FIELDS HL; BASBAUM AI
      PEPTIDES AND THE PRIMARY AFFERENT NOCICEPTOR

      The Journal of neuroscience
    80. CHI SI; LEVINE JD; BASBAUM AI
      EFFECTS OF INJURY DISCHARGE ON THE PERSISTENT EXPRESSION OF SPINAL-CORD FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY PRODUCED BY SCIATIC-NERVE TRANSECTION IN THE RAT

      Brain research
    81. CHI SI; LEVINE JD; BASBAUM AI
      PERIPHERAL AND CENTRAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE PERSISTENT EXPRESSION OF SPINAL-CORD FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY PRODUCED BY SCIATIC-NERVE TRANSECTION IN THE RAT

      Brain research
    82. DETWEILER DJ; ROHDE DS; BASBAUM AI
      SPINAL-CORD CHANGES PROVOKED BY NOXIOUS-STIMULATION AND NALTREXONE-PRECIPITATED WITHDRAWAL IN THE MORPHINE-TOLERANT RAT - EVIDENCE FOR CENTRAL SENSITIZATION

      Anesthesiology


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