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    1. Matthews, EA; Dickenson, AH
      Effects of spinally delivered N- and P-type voltage-dependent calcium channel antagonists on dorsal horn neuronal responses in a rat model of neuropathy

      PAIN
    2. Suzuki, R; Matthews, EA; Dickenson, AH
      Comparison of the effects of MK-801, ketamine and memantine on responses of spinal dorsal horn neurones in a rat model of mononeuropathy

      PAIN
    3. Carpenter, KJ; Nandi, M; Dickenson, AH
      Peripheral administration of low pH solutions causes activation and sensitisation of convergent dorsal horn neurones in the anaesthetised rat

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    4. Urch, CE; Rahman, W; Dickenson, AH
      Electrophysiological studies on the role of the NMDA receptor in nociception in the developing rat spinal cord

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    5. Matthews, EA; Dickenson, AH
      Effects of ethosuximide, a T-type Ca2+ channel blocker, on dorsal horn neuronal responses in rats

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    6. Suzuki, R; Stanfa, LC; Kowaluk, EA; Williams, M; Jarvis, MF; Dickenson, AH
      The effect of ABT-702, a novel adenosine kinase inhibitor, on the responses of spinal neurones following carrageenan inflammation and peripheral nerve injury

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    7. Kontinen, VK; Stanfa, LC; Basu, A; Dickenson, AH
      Electrophysiologic evidence for increased endogenous GABAergic but not glycinergic inhibitory tone in the rat spinal nerve ligation model of neuropathy

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    8. Dickenson, AH
      A lot of gain but not much pain

      TRENDS IN PHARMACOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    9. Suzuki, R; Gale, A; Dickenson, AH
      Altered effects of an A(1) adenosine receptor agonist on the evoked responses of spinal dorsal horn neurones in a rat model of mononeuropathy

      JOURNAL OF PAIN
    10. Dickenson, AH; Suzuki, R; Reeve, AJ
      Adenosine as a potential analgesic target in inflammatory and neuropathic pains

      CNS DRUGS
    11. Stanfa, LC; Hampton, DW; Dickenson, AH
      Role of Ca2+-permeable non-NMDA glutamate receptors in spinal nociceptive transmission

      NEUROREPORT
    12. Suzuki, R; Dickenson, AH
      Neuropathic pain: nerves bursting with excitement ...

      NEUROREPORT
    13. Kontinen, VK; Dickenson, AH
      Effects of midazolam in the spinal nerve ligation model of neuropathic pain in rats

      PAIN
    14. Carpenter, KJ; Vithlani, M; Dickenson, AH
      Unaltered peripheral excitatory actions of nociceptin contrast with enhanced spinal inhibitory effects after carrageenan inflammation: an electrophysiological study in the rat

      PAIN
    15. Dickenson, AH; Stanfa, LC; Kontinen, V; Suzuki, R; Carpenter, K
      Comment on: Svendsen et al., Some problems with wind-up and its calculation, PAIN 83 (1999) 109-111

      PAIN
    16. Rygh, LJ; Kontinen, VK; Suzuki, R; Dickenson, AH
      Different increase in C-fibre evoked responses after nociceptive conditioning stimulation in sham-operated and neuropathic rats

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    17. Suzuki, R; Kontinen, VK; Matthews, E; Williams, E; Dickenson, AH
      Enlargement of the receptive field size to low intensity mechanical stimulation in the rat spinal nerve ligation model of neuropathy

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    18. Stanfa, LC; Kontinen, VK; Dickenson, AH
      Effects of spinally administered P2X receptor agonists and antagonists on the responses of dorsal horn neurones recorded in normal, carrageenan-inflamed and neuropathic rats

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    19. Rygh, LJ; Green, M; Athauda, N; Tjolsen, A; Dickenson, AH
      Effect of spinal morphine after long-term potentiation of wide dynamic range neurones in the rat

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    20. Carpenter, KJ; Dickenson, AH
      NMDA receptors and pain - Hopes for novel analgesics

      REGIONAL ANESTHESIA AND PAIN MEDICINE
    21. Rahman, W; Dickenson, AH
      Development of spinal opioid systems

      REGIONAL ANESTHESIA AND PAIN MEDICINE
    22. Akopian, AN; Souslova, V; England, S; Okuse, K; Ogata, N; Ure, J; Smith, A; Kerr, BJ; McMahon, SB; Boyce, S; Hill, R; Stanfa, LC; Dickenson, AH; Wood, JN
      The tetrodotoxin-resistant sodium channel SNS has a specialized function in pain pathways

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    23. Stanfa, LC; Dickenson, AH
      The role of non-N-methyl-D-aspartate ionotropic glutamate receptors in thespinal transmission of nociception in normal animals and animals with carrageenan inflammation

      NEUROSCIENCE
    24. Suzuki, R; Chapman, V; Dickenson, AH
      The effectiveness of spinal and systemic morphine on rat dorsal horn neuronal responses in the spinal nerve ligation model of neuropathic pain

      PAIN
    25. Rahman, W; Dickenson, AH
      Electrophysiological studies on the postnatal development of the spinal antinociceptive effects of the delta opioid receptor agonist DPDPE in the rat

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    26. Chizh, BA; Dickenson, AH; Wnendt, S
      The race to control pain: more participants, more targets

      TRENDS IN PHARMACOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    27. EBERT B; ANDERSEN S; HJEDS H; DICKENSON AH
      DEXTROPROPOXYPHENE ACTS AS A NONCOMPETITIVE N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE ANTAGONIST

      Journal of pain and symptom management
    28. CHAPMAN V; NG J; DICKENSON AH
      A NOVEL SPINAL ACTION OF MEXILETINE IN SPINAL SOMATOSENSORY TRANSMISSION OF NERVE INJURED RATS

      Pain
    29. CHAPMAN V; SUZUKI R; CHAMARETTE HLC; RYGH LJ; DICKENSON AH
      EFFECTS OF SYSTEMIC CARBAMAZEPINE AND GABAPENTIN ON SPINAL NEURONAL RESPONSES IN SPINAL NERVE LIGATED RATS

      Pain
    30. RAHMAN W; DASHWOOD MR; FITZGERALD M; AYNSLEYGREEN A; DICKENSON AH
      POSTNATAL-DEVELOPMENT OF MULTIPLE OPIOID RECEPTORS IN THE SPINAL-CORDAND DEVELOPMENT OF SPINAL MORPHINE ANALGESIA

      Developmental brain research
    31. BANNON AW; DECKER MW; HOLLADAY MW; CURZON P; DONNELLYROBERTS D; PUTTFARCKEN PS; BITNER RS; DIAZ A; DICKENSON AH; PORSOLT RD; WILLIAMS M; ARNERIC SP
      BROAD-SPECTRUM, NONOPIOID ANALGESIC ACTIVITY BY SELECTIVE MODULATION OF NEURONAL NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTORS

      Science
    32. DICKENSON AH
      NEW PHARMACOLOGICAL STRATEGIES IN THE TREATMENT OF PAIN

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    33. DIAZ A; MAYER S; DICKENSON AH
      ROLE OF IMIDAZOLINE I-2 RECEPTORS IN ACUTE AND PERSISTENT NOCICEPTIONAT THE LEVEL OF THE SPINAL-CORD

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    34. CHAPMAN V; SUZUKI R; DICKENSON AH
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF SPINAL NEURONAL RESPONSE PROPERTIES IN ANESTHETIZED RATS AFTER LIGATION OF SPINAL NERVES L5-L6

      Journal of physiology
    35. REEVE AJ; DICKENSON AH; KERR NC
      SPINAL EFFECTS OF BICUCULLINE - MODULATION OF AN ALLODYNIA-LIKE STATEBY AN A(1)-RECEPTOR AGONIST, MORPHINE, AND AN NMDA-RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST

      Journal of neurophysiology
    36. STANFA LC; DICKENSON AH
      INFLAMMATION ALTERS THE EFFECTS OF MGLU RECEPTOR AGONISTS ON SPINAL NOCICEPTIVE NEURONS

      European journal of pharmacology
    37. GREEN GM; LYONS L; DICKENSON AH
      ALPHA(2)-ADRENOCEPTOR ANTAGONISTS ENHANCE RESPONSES OF DORSAL HORN NEURONS TO FORMALIN INDUCED INFLAMMATION

      European journal of pharmacology
    38. CARPENTER KJ; DICKENSON AH
      EVIDENCE THAT [PHE(1) PSI (CH2-NH)GLY(2)]NOCICEPTIN-(1-13)-NH2, A PERIPHERAL ORL-1 RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST, ACTS AS AN AGONIST IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    39. DICKENSON AH
      NERVOUS, EXCITED AND TOUCHY - NMDA RECEPTORS IN THE SPINAL-CORD - A COMMENTARY

      NeuroReport
    40. CHAPMAN V; DICKENSON AH
      INFLAMMATION REVEALS INHIBITION OF NOXIOUS RESPONSES OF RAT SPINAL NEURONS BY CARBAMAZEPINE

      NeuroReport
    41. STANFA LC; SINGH L; WILLIAMS RG; DICKENSON AH
      GABAPENTIN, INEFFECTIVE IN NORMAL RATS, MARKEDLY REDUCES C-FIBER EVOKED-RESPONSES AFTER INFLAMMATION

      NeuroReport
    42. DICKENSON AH; CHAPMAN V; GREEN GM
      THE PHARMACOLOGY OF EXCITATORY AND INHIBITORY AMINO ACID-MEDIATED EVENTS IN THE TRANSMISSION AND MODULATION OF PAIN IN THE SPINAL-CORD

      General pharmacology
    43. ANDERSEN S; DICKENSON AH; EBERT B
      COMMENTS ON ANDERSEN ET-AL, PAIN, 67 (1996) 369 - REPLY

      Pain
    44. CHAPMAN V; WILDMAN MA; DICKENSON AH
      DISTINCT ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF 2 SPINALLY ADMINISTERED MEMBRANE STABILIZING DRUGS, BUPIVACAINE AND LAMOTRIGINE

      Pain
    45. DIAZ A; DICKENSON AH
      BLOCKADE OF SPINAL N-TYPE AND P-TYPE, BUT NOT L-TYPE, CALCIUM CHANNELS INHIBITS THE EXCITABILITY OF RAT DORSAL HORN NEURONS PRODUCED BY SUBCUTANEOUS FORMALIN INFLAMMATION

      Pain
    46. DICKENSON AH
      PLASTICITY - IMPLICATIONS FOR OPIOID AND OTHER PHARMACOLOGICAL INTERVENTIONS IN SPECIFIC PAIN STATES

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    47. DICKENSON AH
      PAINS, BRAINS, AND OPIUM

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    48. DIAZ A; MAYET S; DICKENSON AH
      BU-224 PRODUCES SPINAL ANTINOCICEPTION AS AN AGONIST AT IMIDAZOLINE I-2 RECEPTORS

      European journal of pharmacology
    49. CHAPMAN V; DIAZ A; DICKENSON AH
      DISTINCT INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF SPINAL ENDOMORPHIN-1 AND ENDOMORPHIN-2ON EVOKED DORSAL HORN NEURONAL RESPONSES IN THE RAT

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    50. DICKENSON AH
      NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS - INTERACTIONS WITH OPIOIDS

      Acta anaesthesiologica Scandinavica
    51. DICKENSON AH
      ORPHANIN FQ NOCICEPTIN - IMMUNOREACTIVE NERVE-FIBERS PARALLEL THOSE CONTAINING ENDOGENOUS OPIOIDS IN RAT SPINAL-CORD/

      NeuroReport
    52. BOXALL SJ; THOMPSON SWN; DRAY A; DICKENSON AH; URBAN L
      METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE-RECEPTOR ACTIVATION CONTRIBUTES TO NOCICEPTIVEREFLEX ACTIVITY IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD IN-VITRO

      Neuroscience
    53. ANDERSEN S; DICKENSON AH; KOHN M; REEVE A; RAHMAN W; EBERT B
      THE OPIOID KETOBEMIDONE HAS A NMDA BLOCKING EFFECT

      Pain
    54. STANFA LC; CHAPMAN V; KERR N; DICKENSON AH
      INHIBITORY-ACTION OF NOCICEPTIN ON SPINAL DORSAL HORN NEURONS OF THE RAT, IN-VIVO

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    55. BOXALL SJ; THOMPSON SWN; DRAY A; DICKENSON AH; URBAN L
      METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE-RECEPTOR ACTIVATION CONTRIBUTES TO THE NOCICEPTIVE REFLEX RESPONSE IN THE NEONATAL RAT SPINAL-CORD IN-VITRO

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    56. STANFA LC; MISRA C; DICKENSON AH
      AMPLIFICATION OF SPINAL NOCICEPTIVE TRANSMISSION DEPENDS ON THE GENERATION OF NITRIC-OXIDE IN NORMAL AND CARRAGEENAN RATS

      Brain research
    57. DICKENSON AH
      CENTRAL ACUTE PAIN MECHANISMS

      Annals of medicine
    58. REEVE AJ; DICKENSON AH
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDY ON SPINAL ANTINOCICEPTIVE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN ADENOSINE AND MORPHINE IN THE DORSAL HORN OF THE RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    59. REEVE AJ; DICKENSON AH
      THE ROLES OF SPINAL ADENOSINE RECEPTORS IN THE CONTROL OF ACUTE AND MORE PERSISTENT NOCICEPTIVE RESPONSES OF DORSAL HORN NEURONS IN THE ANESTHETIZED RAT

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    60. DICKENSON AH
      SPINAL-CORD PHARMACOLOGY OF PAIN

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    61. CHAPMAN V; DICKENSON AH
      TIME-RELATED ROLES OF EXCITATORY AMINO-ACID RECEPTORS DURING PERSISTENT NOXIOUSLY EVOKED-RESPONSES OF RAT DORSAL HORN NEURONS

      Brain research
    62. STANFA LC; DICKENSON AH
      ENHANCED ALPHA-2-ADRENERGIC CONTROLS AND SPINAL MORPHINE POTENCY IN INFLAMMATION

      NeuroReport
    63. STANFA LC; DICKENSON AH
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES ON THE SPINAL ROLES OF ENDOGENOUS OPIOIDS IN CARRAGEENAN INFLAMMATION

      Pain
    64. CHAPMAN V; DICKENSON AH; TJOLSEN A
      BIDIRECTIONAL EFFECTS OF INTRATHECAL NMDA AND SUBSTANCE-P ON RAT DORSAL HORN NEURONAL RESPONSES

      Neuroscience letters
    65. CHAPMAN V; DICKENSON AH
      ENHANCED RESPONSES OF RAT DORSAL HORN NEURONS AFTER UV IRRADIATION OFTHE HINDPAW - ROLES OF THE NMDA RECEPTOR

      Neuroscience letters
    66. DICKENSON AH
      NEUROPHYSIOLOGY OF OPIOID POORLY RESPONSIVE PAIN

      Cancer surveys
    67. DICKENSON AH
      PRESYNAPTIC AND POSTSYNAPTIC EFFECTS OF OPIOIDS AT THE SPINAL LEVEL

      Regulatory peptides
    68. DEVILLERS JP; REEVE A; MAZARGUIL H; ALLARD M; ZAJAC JM; DICKENSON AH; SIMONNET G
      BIOCHEMICAL-CHARACTERIZATION OF A SYNTHETIC NPFF AGONIST WITH HIGH-AFFINITY AND RESISTANCE TO BRAIN PEPTIDASE INACTIVATION

      Regulatory peptides
    69. CHAPMAN V; DICKENSON AH
      SPINAL OPIATE SENSITIVITY IN MODELS OF INFLAMMATORY PAIN

      Regulatory peptides
    70. DEVILLERS JP; MAZARGUIL H; ALLARD M; DICKENSON AH; ZAJAC JM; SIMONNET G
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A POTENT AGONIST FOR NPFF RECEPTORS - BINDING STUDY ON RAT SPINAL-CORD MEMBRANES

      Neuropharmacology
    71. SULLIVAN AF; HEWETT K; DICKENSON AH
      DIFFERENTIAL MODULATION OF ALPHA(2)-ADRENERGIC AND OPIOID SPINAL ANTINOCICEPTION BY CHOLECYSTOKININ AND CHOLECYSTOKININ ANTAGONISTS IN THE RAT DORSAL HORN - AN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDY

      Brain research
    72. SULLIVAN AF; HEWETT K; DICKENSON AH
      DIFFERENTIAL MODULATION OF ALPHA(2)-ADRENERGIC AND OPIOID SPINAL ANTINOCICEPTION BY CHOLECYSTOKININ AND CHOLECYSTOKININ ANTAGONISTS IN THE RAT DORSAL HORN - AN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDY

      Brain research
    73. CHAPMAN V; HALEY JE; DICKENSON AH
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGIC ANALYSIS OF PREEMPTIVE EFFECTS OF SPINAL OPIOIDS ON N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTOR-MEDIATED EVENTS

      Anesthesiology
    74. HEWETT K; DICKENSON AH; MCQUAY HJ
      LACK OF EFFECT OF MORPHINE-3-GLUCURONIDE ON THE SPINAL ANTINOCICEPTIVE ACTIONS OF MORPHINE IN THE RAT - AN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDY

      Pain
    75. CHAPMAN V; DICKENSON AH
      THE EFFECT OF INTRATHECAL ADMINISTRATION OF RP67580, A POTENT NEUROKININ-1 ANTAGONIST ON NOCICEPTIVE TRANSMISSION IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD

      Neuroscience letters
    76. KALSO EA; SULLIVAN AF; MCQUAY HJ; DICKENSON AH; ROQUES BP
      CROSS-TOLERANCE BETWEEN MU-OPIOID AND ALPHA-2-ADRENERGIC RECEPTORS, BUT NOT BETWEEN MU AND DELTA-OPIOID RECEPTORS IN THE SPINAL-CORD OF THERAT

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    77. STANFA LC; DICKENSON AH
      CHANGES IN OPIOID SYSTEMS IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD FOLLOWING PERIPHERALCARRAGEENAN INFLAMMATION

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    78. DICKENSON AH
      PHARMACOLOGY TEXTSTACK

      Trends in pharmacological sciences


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