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    1. Yaksh, TL; Ozaki, G; McCumber, D; Rathbun, M; Svensson, C; Malkmus, S; Yaksh, MC
      An automated flinch detecting system for use in the formalin nociceptive bioassay

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    2. Mantyh, PW; Yaksh, TL
      Sensory neurons are PARtial to pain

      NATURE MEDICINE
    3. Khan, IM; Stanislaus, S; Zhang, LM; Vaughn, D; Printz, MP; Yaksh, TL; Taylor, P
      Spinal nicotinic receptor activity in a genetic model of hypertension

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL HYPERTENSION
    4. Nozaki-Taguchi, N; Chaplan, SR; Higuera, ES; Ajakwe, RC; Yaksh, TL
      Vincristine-induced allodynia in the rat

      PAIN
    5. Luo, ZD; Chaplan, SR; Higuera, ES; Sorkin, LS; Stauderman, KA; Williams, ME; Yaksh, TL
      Upregulation of dorsal root ganglion alpha(2)delta calcium channel subunitand its correlation with allodynia in spinal nerve-injured rats

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Yaksh, TL; Dirig, DM; Conway, CM; Svensson, C; Luo, ZD; Isakson, PC
      The acute antihyperalgesic action of nonsteroidal, anti-inflammatory drugsand release of spinal prostaglandin E-2 is mediated by the inhibition of constitutive spinal cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) but not COX-1

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Khan, IM; Stanislaus, S; Zhang, L; Taylor, P; Yaksh, TL
      A-85380 and epibatidine each interact with disparate spinal nicotinic receptor subtypes to achieve analgesia and nociception

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    8. Sorkin, LS; Yaksh, TL; Doom, CM
      Pain models display differential sensitivity to Ca2+-permeable non-NMDA glutamate receptor antagonists

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    9. Wallace, M; Yaksh, TL
      Long-term spinal analgesic delivery: A review of the preclinical and clinical literature

      REGIONAL ANESTHESIA AND PAIN MEDICINE
    10. Ishikawa, T; Marsala, M; Sakabe, T; Yaksh, TL
      Characterization of spinal amino acid release and touch-evoked allodynia produced by spinal glycine or GABA(A) receptor antagonist

      NEUROSCIENCE
    11. Granados-Soto, V; Kalcheva, I; Hua, XY; Newton, A; Yaksh, TL
      Spinal PKC activity and expression: role in tolerance produced by continuous spinal morphine infusion

      PAIN
    12. Yang, LC; Orendacova, J; Wang, V; Ishikawa, T; Yaksh, TL; Marsala, M
      Transient spinal cord ischemia in rat: The time course of spinal FOS protein expression and the effect of intraischemic hypothermia (27 degrees C)

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR NEUROBIOLOGY
    13. Wajima, Z; Hua, XY; Yaksh, TL
      Inhibition of spinal protein kinase C blocks substance P-mediated hyperalgesia

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    14. Wallace, MS; Ridgeway, BM; Leung, AY; Gerayli, A; Yaksh, TL
      Concentration-effect relationship of intravenous lidocaine on the allodynia of complex regional pain syndrome types I and II

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    15. Nishiyama, T; Ho, RJY; Shen, DD; Yaksh, TL
      The effects of intrathecal morphine encapsulated in L- and D-dipalmitoylphosphatidyl choline liposomes on acute nociception in rats

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    16. Sorkin, LS; Yaksh, TL; Doom, CM
      Mechanical allodynia in rats is blocked by a Ca2+ permeable AMPA receptor antagonist

      NEUROREPORT
    17. Hua, XY; Chen, P; Marsala, M; Yaksh, TL
      Intrathecal substance P-induced thermal hyperalgesia and spinal release ofprostaglandin E-2 and amino acids

      NEUROSCIENCE
    18. Yaksh, TL
      Regulation of spinal nociceptive processing: where we went when we wandered onto the path marked by the gate

      PAIN
    19. Hua, XY; Chen, P; Yaksh, TL
      Inhibition of spinal protein kinase C reduces nerve injury-induced tactileallodynia in neuropathic rats

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    20. Luo, ZD; Chaplan, SR; Scott, BP; Cizkova, D; Calcutt, NA; Yaksh, TL
      Neuronal nitric oxide synthase mRNA upregulation in rat sensory neurons after spinal nerve ligation: Lack of a role in allodynia development

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    21. Sailer, A; Swanson, GT; Perez-Otano, I; O'Leary, L; Malkmus, SA; Dyck, RH; Dickinson-Anson, H; Schiffer, HH; Maron, C; Yaksh, TL; Gage, FH; O'Gorman, S; Heinemann, SF
      Generation and analysis of GluR5(Q636R) kainate receptor mutant mice

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    22. Yaksh, TL; Hua, XY; Kalcheva, I; Nozaki-Taguchi, N; Marsala, M
      The spinal biology in humans and animals of pain states generated by persistent small afferent input

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    23. Dirig, DM; Yaksh, TL
      In vitro prostanoid release from spinal cord following peripheral inflammation: effects of substance P, NMDA and capsaicin

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    24. Yaksh, TL
      Spinal pharmacology and the regulation of pain processing

      BIOLOGIA
    25. Yoon, MH; Yaksh, TL
      Evaluation of interaction between gabapentin and ibuprofen on the formation test in rats

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    26. Chiari, A; Yaksh, TL; Myers, RR; Provencher, J; Moore, L; Lee, CS; Eisenach, JC
      Preclinical toxicity screening of intrathecal adenosine in rats and dogs

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    27. Yaksh, TL; Provencher, JC; Rathbun, ML; Kohn, FR
      Pharmacokinetics and efficacy of epidurally delivered sustained-release encapsulated morphine in dogs

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    28. Nozaki-Taguchi, N; Yaksh, TL
      Characterization of the antihyperalgesic action of a novel peripheral mu-opioid receptor agonist - Loperamide

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    29. Yaksh, TL
      A drug has to do what a drug has to do

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    30. Yoon, MH; Yaksh, TL
      The effect of intrathecal gabapentin on pain behavior and hemodynamics on the formalin test in the rat

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    31. Yaksh, TL
      Spinal systems and pain processing: development of novel analgesic drugs with mechanistically defined models

      TRENDS IN PHARMACOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    32. Yaksh, TL; Malkmus, SA
      Animal models of intrathecal and epidural drug delivery

      SPINAL DRUG DELIVERY
    33. Grouls, RJE; Korsten, EHM; Yaksh, TL
      General considerations in the formulation of drugs for spinal delivery

      SPINAL DRUG DELIVERY
    34. Yaksh, TL
      General considerations in the characterization of drug action after spinaldelivery

      SPINAL DRUG DELIVERY
    35. Yaksh, TL; Rathbun, ML; Provencher, JC
      Preclinical safety evaluation for spinal drugs

      SPINAL DRUG DELIVERY
    36. YAKSH TL; DIRIG DM; MALMBERG AB
      MECHANISM OF ACTION OF NONSTEROIDAL ANTIINFLAMMATORY DRUGS

      Cancer investigation
    37. NOZAKITAGUCHI N; YAKSH TL
      A NOVEL MODEL OF PRIMARY AND SECONDARY HYPERALGESIA AFTER MILD THERMAL-INJURY IN THE RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    38. Khan, IM; Buerkle, H; Taylor, P; Yaksh, TL
      Nociceptive and antinociceptive responses to intrathecally administered nicotinic agonists

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    39. DIRIG DM; ISAKSON PC; YAKSH TL
      EFFECT OF COX-1 AND COX-2 INHIBITION ON INDUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF CARRAGEENAN-EVOKED THERMAL HYPERALGESIA IN RATS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    40. HUA XY; CHEN P; POLGAR E; NAGY I; MARSALA M; PHILLIPS E; WOLLASTON L; URBAN L; YAKSH TL; WEBB M
      SPINAL NEUROKININ NK1 RECEPTOR DOWN-REGULATION AND ANTINOCICEPTION - EFFECTS OF SPINAL NK1 RECEPTOR ANTISENSE OLIGONUCLEOTIDES AND NK1 RECEPTOR OCCUPANCY

      Journal of neurochemistry
    41. SHREDER K; ZHANG L; DANG TG; YAKSH TL; UMENO H; DEHAVEN R; DAUBERT J; GOODMAN M
      SYNTHESIS AND BIOLOGICAL-ACTIVITY OF A NOVEL METHYLAMINE-BRIDGED ENKEPHALIN ANALOG (MABE) - A NEW ROUTE TO CYCLIC-PEPTIDES AND PEPTIDOMIMETICS

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    42. HOGMAN M; REBER A; HUA XY; DUECK R; YAKSH TL
      EFFECTS OF ENDOTRACHEAL INTUBATION ON AIRWAY NEUROPEPTIDE CONTENT, ARTERIAL OXYGENATION AND LUNG-VOLUMES IN ANESTHETIZED RATS

      European journal of clinical investigation
    43. BUERKLE H; YAKSH TL
      PHARMACOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FOR DIFFERENT ALPHA(2)-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR-SITES MEDIATING ANALGESIA AND SEDATION IN THE RAT

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    44. BUERKLE H; MARSALA M; YAKSH TL
      EFFECT OF CONTINUOUS SPINAL REMIFENTANIL INFUSION ON BEHAVIOR AND SPINAL GLUTAMATE RELEASE EVOKED BY SUBCUTANEOUS FORMALIN IN THE RAT

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    45. NISHIYAMA T; YAKSH TL; WEBER E
      EFFECTS OF INTRATHECAL NMDA AND NON-NMDA ANTAGONISTS ON ACUTE THERMALNOCICEPTION AND THEIR INTERACTION WITH MORPHINE

      Anesthesiology
    46. PARTRIDGE BJ; CHAPLAN SR; SAKAMOTO E; YAKSH TL
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE EFFECTS OF GABAPENTIN AND 3-ISOBUTYL-GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC ACID ON SUBSTANCE-P-INDUCED THERMAL HYPERALGESIA

      Anesthesiology
    47. EISENACH JC; JAMES FM; GORDH T; YAKSH TL
      NEW EPIDURAL DRUGS - PRIMUM NON NOCERE

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    48. NISHIYAMA T; YAKSH TL
      STUDIES ON SPINAL INTERACTION OF GLUTAMATE-RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS AND MORPHINE IN RATS

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    49. JUN JH; YAKSH TL
      THE EFFECT OF INTRATHECAL GABAPENTIN AND 3-ISOBUTYL GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC-ACID ON THE HYPERALGESIA OBSERVED AFTER THERMAL-INJURY IN THE RAT

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    50. VANICKY I; MARSALA M; YAKSH TL
      NEURODEGENERATION INDUCED BY REVERSED MICRODIALYSIS OF NMDA - A QUANTITATIVE MODEL FOR EXCITOTOXICITY IN-VIVO

      Brain research
    51. HUA XY; CHEN P; HWANG JH; YAKSH TL
      ANTINOCICEPTION INDUCED BY CIVAMIDE, AN ORALLY-ACTIVE CAPSAICIN ANALOG

      Pain
    52. IBUKI T; DUNBAR SA; YAKSH TL
      EFFECT OF TRANSIENT NALOXONE ANTAGONISM ON TOLERANCE DEVELOPMENT IN RATS RECEIVING CONTINUOUS SPINAL MORPHINE INFUSION

      Pain
    53. HWANG JH; YAKSH TL
      THE EFFECT OF SPINAL GABA RECEPTOR AGONISTS ON TACTILE ALLODYNIA IN ASURGICALLY-INDUCED NEUROPATHIC PAIN MODEL IN THE RAT

      Pain
    54. SLART R; YU AL; YAKSH TL; SORKIN LS
      AN ANIMAL-MODEL OF PAIN PRODUCED BY SYSTEMIC ADMINISTRATION OF AN IMMUNOTHERAPEUTIC ANTIGANGLIOSIDE ANTIBODY

      Pain
    55. YANG LC; MARSALA M; ORENDACOVA J; YAKSH TL
      KNEE-JOINT INFLAMMATION ATTENUATES SPINAL FOS EXPRESSION AFTER UNILATERAL PAW FORMALIN INJECTION IN RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    56. YAKSH TL; RATHBUN ML; DRAGANI JC; MALKMUS S; BOURDEAU AR; RICHTER P; POWELL H; MYERS RR; LEBEL CP
      KINETIC AND SAFETY STUDIES ON INTRATHECALLY INFUSED RECOMBINANT-METHIONYL HUMAN BRAIN-DERIVED NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR IN DOGS

      Fundamental and applied toxicology
    57. DIRIG DM; HUA XY; YAKSH TL
      TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCY OF BASAL AND EVOKED RELEASE OF AMINO-ACIDS ANDCALCITONIN-GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE FROM RAT DORSAL SPINAL-CORD

      The Journal of neuroscience
    58. ZHANG YZ; MALMBERG AB; YAKSH TL; SJOLUND B; SUNDLER F; HAKANSON R
      CAPSAICIN-EVOKED RELEASE OF PITUITARY ADENYLATE-CYCLASE ACTIVATING PEPTIDE (PACAP) AND CALCITONIN-GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE (CGRP) FROM RAT SPINAL-CORD IN-VIVO

      Regulatory peptides
    59. DIRIG DM; SALAMI A; RATHBUN ML; OZAKI GT; YAKSH TL
      CHARACTERIZATION OF VARIABLES DEFINING HINDPAW WITHDRAWAL LATENCY EVOKED BY RADIANT THERMAL STIMULI

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    60. MARSALA M; GALIK J; ISHIKAWA T; YAKSH TL
      TECHNIQUE OF SELECTIVE SPINAL-CORD COOLING IN RAT - METHODOLOGY AND APPLICATION

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    61. ROSSI SS; MOORE AC; HAGEY LR; YAKSH TL; CHAPLAN SR
      AN IMPROVED METHOD FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF LIDOCAINE AND ITS METABOLITES IN RAT PLASMA

      Therapeutic drug monitoring
    62. HWANG JH; YAKSH TL
      EFFECT OF SUBARACHNOID GABAPENTIN ON TACTILE-EVOKED ALLODYNIA IN A SURGICALLY INDUCED NEUROPATHIC PAIN MODEL IN THE RAT

      Regional anesthesia
    63. DUNBAR SA; YAKSH TL
      SPINAL INFUSION OF N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE ANTAGONIST MK801 INDUCES HYPERSENSITIVITY TO THE SPINAL ALPHA-2 AGONIST ST91 IN THE RAT

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    64. CHAPLAN SR; MALMBERG AB; YAKSH TL
      EFFICACY OF SPINAL NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONISM IN FORMALIN HYPERALGESIA AND NERVE INJURY EVOKED ALLODYNIA IN THE RAT

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    65. CHRITTON SL; CHINNOW SL; GRABAU C; DOUSA MK; LUCAS D; RODDY D; YAKSH TL; TYCE GM
      ADRENOMEDULLARY SECRETION OF DOPA, CATECHOLAMINES, CATECHOL METABOLITES, AND NEUROPEPTIDES

      Journal of neurochemistry
    66. DIRIG DM; KONIN GP; ISAKSON PC; YAKSH TL
      EFFECT OF SPINAL CYCLOOXYGENASE INHIBITORS IN RAT USING THE FORMALIN TEST AND IN-VITRO PROSTAGLANDIN E-2 RELEASE

      European journal of pharmacology
    67. KHAN IM; YAKSH TL; TAYLOR P
      EPIBATIDINE BINDING-SITES AND ACTIVITY IN THE SPINAL-CORD

      Brain research
    68. KAKINOHANA M; MARSALA M; JUN JH; YAKSH TL
      INTRATHECAL MORPHINE TRIGGERS TRANSIENT SPASTIC PARAPLEGIA AFTER NON-INJURIOUS INTERVAL OF SPINAL ISCHEMIA IN RAT

      Anesthesiology
    69. CONWAY CM; MARSALA M; YAKSH TL
      IN-VIVO NMDA-INDUCED RELEASE OF SPINAL ADENOSINE AND AMINO-ACIDS

      Anesthesiology
    70. JUN JH; YAKSH TL
      EFFECT OF INTRATHECAL GABAPENTIN AND 3-ISOBUTYL GABA ON THE HYPERALGESIA OBSERVED AFTER THERMAL-INJURY IN THE RAT

      Anesthesiology
    71. DIRIG DM; ISAKSON PC; YAKSH TL
      SPINAL AND SYSTEMIC CYCLOOXYGENASE (COX) INHIBITORS SUPPRESS PAW CARRAGEENAN-EVOKED THERMAL HYPERALGESIA IN RATS

      Anesthesiology
    72. PARTRIDGE B; CHAPLAN SR; SAKAMOTO E; YAKSH TL
      GABAPENTIN REVERSES SUBSTANCE EVOKED THERMAL HYPERALGESIA BY A SERINEREVERSIBLE MECHANISM

      Anesthesiology
    73. RATHBUN ML; DRAGANI JC; POWELL H; YAKSH TL; MYERS RR; KOHN FR
      KINETICS AND SAFETY OF EPIDURAL SUSTAINED-RELEASE ENCAPSULATED MORPHINE IN DOG

      Anesthesiology
    74. WALLACE MS; LAITIN S; LICHT D; YAKSH TL
      CONCENTRATION-EFFECT RELATIONS FOR INTRAVENOUS LIDOCAINE INFUSIONS INHUMAN VOLUNTEERS - EFFECTS ON ACUTE SENSORY THRESHOLDS AND CAPSAICIN-EVOKED HYPERPATHIA

      Anesthesiology
    75. NAGUIB M; YAKSH TL
      CHARACTERIZATION OF MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR SUBTYPES THAT MEDIATE ANTINOCICEPTION IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    76. DOWLATSHAHI P; YAKSH TL
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF 2 INTRAVENTRICULARLY INJECTED ALPHA(2) AGONISTS, ST-91 AND DEXMEDETOMIDINE, ON ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM, FEEDING, AND ELECTROMYOGRAM

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    77. DUNBAR SA; PULAI IJ; YAKSH TL
      REPETITIVE SPINAL OPIOID ABSTINENCE ATTENUATES TOLERANCE BUT INDUCES PROGRESSIVE HYPERSENSITIVITY TO NOXIOUS STIMULI IN THE RAT

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    78. YAKSH TL
      PHARMACOLOGY AND MECHANISMS OF OPIOID ANALGESIC ACTIVITY

      Acta anaesthesiologica Scandinavica
    79. HAMRA JG; YAKSH TL
      HALOTHANE INHIBITS T-CELL PROLIFERATION AND INTERLEUKIN-2 RECEPTOR EXPRESSION IN RATS

      Immunopharmacology and immunotoxicology
    80. YANG LC; MARSALA M; YAKSH TL
      EFFECT OF SPINAL KAINIC ACID RECEPTOR ACTIVATION ON SPINAL AMINO-ACIDAND PROSTAGLANDIN E(2) RELEASE IN RAT

      Neuroscience
    81. CALCUTT NA; JORGE MC; YAKSH TL; CHAPLAN SR
      TACTILE ALLODYNIA AND FORMALIN HYPERALGESIA IN STREPTOZOTOCIN-DIABETIC RATS - EFFECTS OF INSULIN, ALDOSE REDUCTASE INHIBITION AND LIDOCAINE

      Pain
    82. YANG LC; MARSALA M; YAKSH TL
      CHARACTERIZATION OF TIME-COURSE OF SPINAL AMINO-ACIDS, CITRULLINE ANDPGE(2) RELEASE AFTER CARRAGEENAN KAOLIN-INDUCED KNEE-JOINT INFLAMMATION - A CHRONIC MICRODIALYSIS STUDY/

      Pain
    83. WALLACE MS; DYCK JB; ROSSI SS; YAKSH TL
      COMPUTER-CONTROLLED LIDOCAINE INFUSION FOR THE EVALUATION OF NEUROPATHIC PAIN AFTER PERIPHERAL-NERVE INJURY

      Pain
    84. DIRIG DM; YAKSH TL
      THERMAL HYPERALGESIA IN RAT EVOKED BY INTRATHECAL SUBSTANCE-P AT MULTIPLE STIMULUS INTENSITIES REFLECTS AN INCREASE IN THE GAIN OF NOCICEPTIVE PROCESSING

      Neuroscience letters
    85. ZHANG YZ; MALMBERG AB; SJOLUND B; YAKSH TL
      THE EFFECT OF PITUITARY ADENYLATE-CYCLASE ACTIVATING PEPTIDE (PACAP) ON THE NOCICEPTIVE FORMALIN TEST

      Neuroscience letters
    86. DUNBAR S; YAKSH TL
      EFFECT OF SPINAL INFUSION OF L-NAME, A NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE INHIBITOR, ON SPINAL TOLERANCE AND DEPENDENCE INDUCED BY CHRONIC INTRATHECAL MORPHINE IN THE RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    87. GALIK J; MARSALA M; YAKSH TL
      CHANGES IN SPONTANEOUS UNIT-ACTIVITY IN LUMBAR SPINAL-CORD AFTER REVERSIBLE AORTIC OCCLUSION IN THE RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    88. JHAMANDAS KH; MARSALA M; IBUKI T; YAKSH TL
      SPINAL AMINO-ACID RELEASE AND PRECIPITATED WITHDRAWAL IN RATS CHRONICALLY INFUSED WITH SPINAL MORPHINE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    89. KHAN IM; YOUNGBLOOD KL; PRINTZ MP; YAKSH TL; TAYLOR P
      SPINAL NICOTINIC RECEPTOR EXPRESSION IN SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    90. YAKSH TL
      EPIDURAL KETAMINE - A USEFUL, MECHANISTICALLY NOVEL ADJUVANT FOR EPIDURAL MORPHINE

      Regional anesthesia
    91. KHAN IM; MARSALA M; PRINTZ MP; TAYLOR P; YAKSH TL
      INTRATHECAL NICOTINIC AGONIST-ELICITED RELEASE OF EXCITATORY AMINO-ACIDS AS MEASURED BY IN-VIVO SPINAL MICRODIALYSIS IN RATS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    92. LEE YW; YAKSH TL
      PHARMACOLOGY OF THE SPINAL ADENOSINE RECEPTOR WHICH MEDIATES THE ANTIALLODYNIC ACTION OF INTRATHECAL ADENOSINE AGONISTS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    93. ROSSI SS; DYCK JB; YAKSH TL
      SIMULTANEOUS EXTRACTION OF SUFENTANIL AND MIDAZOLAM FROM HUMAN PLASMA

      Clinica chimica acta
    94. NAGASAKA H; AWAD H; YAKSH TL
      PERIPHERAL AND SPINAL ACTIONS OF OPIOIDS BLOCKADE OF THE AUTONOMIC RESPONSE EVOKED BY COMPRESSION OF THE INFLAMED KNEE-JOINT

      Anesthesiology
    95. SANGHVI R; MARSALA M; YAKSH TL
      HALOTHANE MODULATES NMDA EVOKED RELEASE OF EXCITATORY AMINO-ACIDS IN SPINAL-CORD

      Anesthesiology
    96. SANGHVI R; BUERKLE H; MARSALA M; YAKSH TL
      EFFECTS OF ANESTHESIA ON NOCICEPTION INDUCED SPINAL EXCITATORY AMINO-ACIDS AND PGE2

      Anesthesiology
    97. KOHN FR; WILLIS RC; DRAGANI JC; HARTOUNIAN H; RICCI J; YAKSH TL
      SUSTAINED-RELEASE FORMULATIONS OF MORPHINE-SULFATE (DEPOFOAM(TM) ENCAPSULATED MORPHINE) FOR EPIDURAL ADMINISTRATION

      Anesthesiology
    98. DUNBAR S; YAKSH TL
      CONCURRENT SPINAL INFUSION OF MK801 BLOCKS SPINAL TOLERANCE AND DEPENDENCE INDUCED BY CHRONIC INTRATHECAL MORPHINE IN THE RAT (VOL 84, PG 1177, 1996)

      Anesthesiology
    99. HAMRA JG; YAKSH TL
      EQUIANALGESIC DOSES OF SUBCUTANEOUS BUT NOT INTRATHECAL MORPHINE ALTER PHENOTYPIC-EXPRESSION OF CELL-SURFACE MARKERS AND MITOGEN-INDUCED PROLIFERATION IN RAT LYMPHOCYTES

      Anesthesiology
    100. DUNBAR S; YAKSH TL
      CONCURRENT SPINAL INFUSION OF MK801 BLOCKS SPINAL TOLERANCE AND DEPENDENCE INDUCED BY CHRONIC INTRATHECAL MORPHINE IN THE RAT

      Anesthesiology


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