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    1. Wainai, T; Takeuchi, T; Seo, N; Mishina, M
      Regulation of acute nociceptive responses by the NMDA receptor GluR epsilon 2 subunit

      NEUROREPORT
    2. Manjarrez, J; Alvarado, R; Camacho-Arroyo, I
      Differential effects of NMDA antagonists microinjections into the nucleus reticularis pontis caudalis on seizures induced by pentylenetetrazol in therat

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    3. Kelly, DJ; Ahmad, M; Brull, SJ
      Preemptive analgesia I: physiological pathways and pharmacological modalities

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA-JOURNAL CANADIEN D ANESTHESIE
    4. Li, DP; Pan, HL
      Potentiation of glutamatergic synaptic input to supraoptic neurons by presynaptic nicotinic receptors

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    5. Zhang, ZZ; Hefferan, MP; Loomis, CW
      Topical bicuculline to the rat spinal cord induces highly localized allodynia that is mediated by spinal prostaglandins

      PAIN
    6. Uchida, K; Nakakimura, K; Kuroda, Y; Haranishi, Y; Matsumoto, M; Sakabe, T
      Dizocilpine but not ketamine reduces the volume of ischaemic damage after acute subdural haematoma in the rat

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIOLOGY
    7. Varano, F; Catarzi, D; Colotta, V; Cecchi, L; Filacchioni, G; Galli, A; Costagli, C
      Synthesis of a set of ethyl 1-carbamoyl-3-oxoquinoxaline-2-carboxylates and of their constrained analogue imidazo[1,5-a]quinoxaline-1,3,4-triones as glycine/NMDA receptor antagonists

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    8. Luo, XM; Lambrou, GN; Sahel, JA; Hicks, D
      Hypoglycemia induces general neuronal death, whereas hypoxia and glutamatetransport blockade lead to selective retinal ganglion cell death in vitro

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    9. Gandolfi, O; Bonfante, V; Voltattornia, M; Dall'Olio, R; Poli, A; Pietra, C; Villetti, G
      Anticonvulsant preclinical profile of CHF 3381 Dopaminergic and glutamatergic mechanisms

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    10. Loomis, CW; Khandwala, H; Osmond, G; Heffean, MP
      Coadministration of intrathecal strychnine and bicuculline effects synergistic allodynia in the rat: An isobolographic analysis

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    11. Behr, J; Heinemann, U; Mody, I
      Kindling induces transient NMDA receptor-mediated facilitation of high-frequency input in the rat dentate gyrus

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    12. Uchino, S; Watanabe, W; Nakamura, T; Shuto, S; Kazuta, Y; Matsuda, A; Nakajima-Iijima, S; Kudo, Y; Kohsaka, S; Mishina, M
      Establishment of CHO cell lines expressing four N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor subtypes and characterization of a novel antagonist PPDC

      FEBS LETTERS
    13. Sladek, CD; Kapoor, JR
      Neurotransmitter/neuropeptide interactions in the regulation of neurohypophyseal hormone release

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    14. Kozela, E; Danysz, W; Popik, P
      Uncompetitive NMDA receptor antagonists potentiate morphine antinociception recorded from the tail but not from the hind paw in rats

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    15. Bienkowski, P; Krzascik, P; Koros, E; Kostowski, W; Scinska, A; Danysz, W
      Effects of a novel uncompetitive NMDA receptor antagonist, MRZ 2/579 on ethanol self-administration and ethanol withdrawal seizures in the rat

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    16. 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
    17. Fairbanks, CA; Wilcox, GL
      Spinal plasticity of acute opioid tolerance

      JOURNAL OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE
    18. Yamada, K; Yamamoto, N; Toyama, K
      Development of NMDA and non-NMDA receptor-mediated excitatory synaptic transmission in geniculocortical and corticocortical connections in organotypic coculture preparations

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    19. Mares, P; Chino, M; Kubova, H; Mathern, P; Veliky, M
      Convulsant action of systemically administered glutamate and bicuculline methiodide in immature rats

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    20. Weinbroum, AA; Rudick, V; Paret, G; Ben-Abraham, R
      The role of dextromethorphan in pain control

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA-JOURNAL CANADIEN D ANESTHESIE
    21. Hewitt, DJ
      The use of NMDA-receptor antagonists in the treatment of chronic pain

      CLINICAL JOURNAL OF PAIN
    22. Gerber, G; Zhong, J; Youn, DH; Randic, M
      Group II and group III metabotropic glutamate receptor agonists depress synaptic transmission in the rat spinal cord dorsal horn

      NEUROSCIENCE
    23. Moshe, SL
      Special considerations in treating children with epilepsy

      PHARMACOTHERAPY
    24. Huang, W; Simpson, RK
      Long-term intrathecal administration of glycine prevents mechanical hyperalgesia in a rat model of neuropathic pain

      NEUROLOGICAL RESEARCH
    25. Chung, KM; Song, DM; Huh, SO; Kim, YH; Choi, MR; Suh, HW
      Supraspinal NMDA and non-NMDA receptors are differentially involved in theproduction of antinociception by morphine and beta-endorphin administered intracerebroventricularly in the formalin pain model

      NEUROPEPTIDES
    26. Takeda, M; Tanimoto, T; Matsumoto, S
      Change in mechanical receptive field properties induced by GABA(A) receptor activation in the trigeminal spinal nucleus caudalis neurons in rats

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    27. Yamamoto, T; Ohtori, S; Chiba, T
      Effects of pre-emptively administered nociceptin on the development of thermal hyperalgesia induced by two models of experimental mononeuropathy in the rat

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    28. Bennett, AD; Everhart, AW; Hulsebosch, CE
      Intrathecal administration of an NMDA or a non-NMDA receptor antagonist reduces mechanical but not thermal allodynia in a rodent model of chronic central pain after spinal cord injury

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    29. Joo, G; Horvath, G; Klimscha, W; Kekesi, G; Dobos, I; Szikszay, M; Benedek, G
      The effects of ketamine and its enantiomers on the morphine- or dexmedetomidine-induced antinociception after intrathecal administration in rats

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    30. Chimirri, A; Gitto, R; Zappala, M
      AMPA receptor antagonists

      EXPERT OPINION ON THERAPEUTIC PATENTS
    31. Bengzon, J; Okabe, S; Lindvall, O; McKay, RDG
      Suppression of epileptogenesis by modification of N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor subunit composition

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    32. De Sarro, A; Naccari, F; De Sarro, G
      Enhanced susceptibility of pentylenetetrazole kindled mice to quinolone effects

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS
    33. Zivanovic, D; Susic, V; Stanojlovic, O
      Inhibition of metaphit-induced audiogenic seizures by APV in rats

      PHYSIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    34. Doczi, J; Banczerowski-Pelyhe, I; Barna, B; Vilagi, I
      Effect of a glutamate receptor antagonist (GYKI 52466) on 4-aminopyridine-induced seizure activity developed in rat cortical slices

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

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    36. Barna, B; Szente, M; Szasz, A
      The anticonvulsive effect of non-NMDA antagonist GYKI 52466 on 3-aminopyridine-induced primary and secondary cortical ictal activity in rat

      ACTA BIOLOGICA HUNGARICA
    37. De Sarro, G; Rizzo, M; Spagnolo, C; Gitto, R; De Sarro, A; Scotto, G; Zappala, M; Chimirri, A
      Anticonvulsant activity and plasma level of 2,3-benzodiazepin-4-ones (CFMs) in genetically epilepsy-prone rats

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    38. Wlaz, P; Ebert, U; Loscher, W
      Anticonvulsant effects of eliprodil alone or combined with the glycine(B) receptor antagonist L-701,324 or the competitive NMDA antagonist CGP 40116 in the amygdala kindling model in rats

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    39. Zelena, D; Makara, GB; Jezova, D
      Simultaneous blockade of two glutamate receptor subtypes (NMDA and AMPA) results in stressor-specific inhibition of prolactin and corticotropin release

      NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    40. Pinilla, L; Gonzalez, L; Tena-Sempere, M; Dieguez, C; Aguilar, E
      Gonadal and age-related influences on NMDA-induced growth hormone secretion in male rats

      NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    41. Whitsel, BL; Favorov, O; Delemos, KA; Lee, CJ; Tommerdahl, M; Essick, GK; Nakhle, B
      SI neuron response variability is stimulus tuned and NMDA receptor dependent

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    42. De Sarro, G; Di Paola, ED; Gareri, P; Gallelli, L; Scotto, G; De Sarro, A
      Effects of some AMPA receptor antagonists on the development of tolerance in epilepsy-prone rats and in pentylenetetrazole kindled rats

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    43. Urbanska, EM; Tomczyk, T; Haberek, G; Pilip, S; Matyska, J; Turski, WA; Kleinrok, Z; Czuczwar, SJ
      NMDA- but not kainate-mediated events reduce efficacy of some antiepileptic drugs against generalized tonic-clonic seizures mice

      EPILEPSIA
    44. Celerier, E; Laulin, JP; Larcher, A; Le Moal, M; Simonnet, G
      Evidence for opiate-activated NMDA processes masking opiate analgesia in rats

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    45. Nishiyama, T; Gyermek, L; Lee, C; Kawasaki-Yatsugi, S; Yamaguchi, T
      The spinal antinociceptive effects of a novel competitive AMPA receptor antagonist, YM872, on thermal or formalin-induced pain in rats

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    46. Ishizaki, K; Sasaki, M; Karasawa, S; Obata, H; Nara, T; Goto, F
      The effect of intrathecal magnesium sulphate on nociception in rat acute pain models

      ANAESTHESIA
    47. CZUCZWAR SJ; GASIOR M; KAMINSKI R; KLEINROK Z; KOZICKA M; OSSOWSKA G; PIETRASIEWICZ T
      GYKI-52466 4-METHOXY-7,8-METHYLENEDIOXY-5H-2,3-BENZODIAZEPINE HYDROCHLORIDE] AND THE ANTICONVULSIVE ACTIVITY OF CONVENTIONAL ANTIEPILEPTICSAGAINST PENTETRAZOL IN MICE

      Molecular and chemical neuropathology
    48. SPIKE RC; KERR R; MAXWELL DJ; TODD AJ
      GLUR1 AND GLUR2 3 SUBUNITS OF THE AMPA-TYPE GLUTAMATE-RECEPTOR ARE ASSOCIATED WITH PARTICULAR TYPES OF NEURON IN LAMINAE I-III OF THE SPINAL DORSAL HORN OF THE RAT/

      European journal of neuroscience
    49. EMILIEN G; MALOTEAUX JM
      PHARMACOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT OF EPILEPSY - MECHANISM OF ACTION, PHARMACOKINETIC DRUG-INTERACTIONS, AND NEW DRUG DISCOVERY POSSIBILITIES

      International journal of clinical pharmacology and therapeutics
    50. Tarnawa, I; Vizi, ES
      2,3-Benzodiazepine AMPA antagonists

      RESTORATIVE NEUROLOGY AND NEUROSCIENCE
    51. HANTZSCHEL A; ANDREAS K
      EFFICACY OF GLUTAMATE-RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF FUNCTIONAL-DISORDERS IN CYTOTOXIC BRAIN EDEMA INDUCED BY HEXACHLOROPHENE

      Pharmacology & toxicology
    52. HAUGVICOVA R; MARES P
      ANTICONVULSANT ACTION OF A NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST CGP-40116 VARIES ONLY QUANTITATIVELY DURING ONTOGENY IN RATS

      Fundamental and clinical pharmacology
    53. HAUGVICOVA R; KUBOVA H; MARES P
      QUALITATIVE CHANGES OF ANTICONVULSANT ACTION OF FELBAMATE DURING DEVELOPMENT IN RATS

      Brain & development
    54. VILAGI I; KOCSIS P; TARNAWA I; BANCZEROWSKIPELYHE I
      EFFECT OF GLUTAMATE-RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS ON EXCITATORY POSTSYNAPTIC POTENTIALS IN STRIATUM

      Brain research bulletin
    55. WLAZ P
      ANTICONVULSANT AND ADVERSE-EFFECTS OF THE GLYCINE, RECEPTOR LIGANDS, D-CYCLOSERINE AND L-701,324 - COMPARISON WITH COMPETITIVE AND NONCOMPETITIVE N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS

      Brain research bulletin
    56. KIMURA M; KAPAS L; KRUEGER JM
      OXIDIZED GLUTATHIONE PROMOTES SLEEP IN RABBITS

      Brain research bulletin
    57. BOROWICZ KK; WILCZYNSKI PM; KLEINROK Z; CZUCZWAR SJ
      RIMCAZOLE, A SIGMA-RECEPTOR LIGAND, AND THE ANTICONVULSIVE ACTION OF CONVENTIONAL ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS

      Journal of neural transmission
    58. BOROWICZ KK; STAROWNIK R; KLEINROK Z; CZUCZWAR SJ
      THE INFLUENCE OF L-N-G-NITROARGININE METHYL-ESTER, AN INHIBITOR OF NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE, UPON THE ANTICONVULSIVE ACTIVITY OF CONVENTIONAL ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS AGAINST MAXIMAL ELECTROSHOCK IN MICE

      Journal of neural transmission
    59. KRAUS JE; MCNAMARA JO
      MEASUREMENT OF NMDA RECEPTOR PROTEIN SUBUNITS IN DISCRETE HIPPOCAMPALREGIONS OF KINDLED ANIMALS

      Molecular brain research
    60. FUKUDA M; HATA Y; OHSHIMA M; TSUMOTO T
      ROLE OF NMDA RECEPTORS IN THE PROPAGATION OF EXCITATION IN RAT VISUAL-CORTEX AS STUDIED BY OPTICAL IMAGING

      Neuroscience research
    61. MARGOLIN A; AVANTS SK; DEPHILIPPIS D; KOSTEN TR
      A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION OF LAMOTRIGINE FOR COCAINE ABUSE IN HIV-SEROPOSITIVE PATIENTS

      The American journal of drug and alcohol abuse
    62. DESARRO G; RIZZO M; SINOPOLI VA; GITTO R; DESARRO A; ZAPPALA M; CHIMIRRI A
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ANTICONVULSANT ACTIVITY AND PLASMA-LEVEL OF SOME2,3-BENZODIAZEPINES IN GENETICALLY EPILEPSY-PRONE RATS

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    63. Jefferys, JGR; Traub, RD
      Electrophysiological substrates for focal epilepsies

      GLUTAMATE SYNAPSE AS A THERAPEUTICAL TARGET: MOLECULAR ORGANIZATION AND PATHOLOGY OF THE GLUTAMATE SYNAPSE
    64. Urban, MO; Gebhart, GF
      The glutamate synapse: A target in the pharmacological management of hyperalgesic pain states

      GLUTAMATE SYNAPSE AS A THERAPEUTICAL TARGET: MOLECULAR ORGANIZATION AND PATHOLOGY OF THE GLUTAMATE SYNAPSE
    65. CORRADETTI R; PUGLIESE AM
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF FELBAMATE

      Life sciences (1973)
    66. DUNBAR SA; PULAI IJ
      REPETITIVE OPIOID ABSTINENCE CAUSES PROGRESSIVE HYPERALGESIA SENSITIVE TO N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTOR BLOCKADE IN THE RAT

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    67. CZUCZWAR SJ; SWIADER M; KUZNIAR H; GASIOR M; KLEINROK Z
      LY-300164, A NOVEL ANTAGONIST OF AMPA KAINATE RECEPTORS, POTENTIATES THE ANTICONVULSIVE ACTIVITY OF ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS/

      European journal of pharmacology
    68. PILIP S; URBANSKA EM; CZUCZWAR SJ; KLEINROK Z; TURSKI WA
      CHLORMETHIAZOLE ANTICONVULSIVE EFFICACY DIMINISHED BY N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE BUT NOT KAINATE IN MICE

      European journal of pharmacology
    69. WLAZ P; LOSCHER W
      WEAK ANTICONVULSANT EFFECTS OF 2 NOVEL GLYCINE(B) RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS IN THE AMYGDALA-KINDLING MODEL IN RATS

      European journal of pharmacology
    70. ZHANG RX; WANG H; RUDA M; IADAROLA MJ; QIAO JT
      C-FOS EXPRESSION IN NMDA RECEPTOR-CONTAINED NEURONS IN SPINAL-CORD INA RAT MODEL OF INFLAMMATION - A DOUBLE IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL STUDY

      Brain research
    71. ATTWELL PJE; KOUMENTAKI A; CROUCHER MJ; BRADFORD HF
      SPECIFIC GROUP-II METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE-RECEPTOR ACTIVATION INHIBITSTHE DEVELOPMENT OF KINDLED EPILEPSY IN RATS

      Brain research
    72. JEVTOVICTODOROVIC V; WOZNIAK DF; POWELL S; NARDI A; OLNEY JW
      CLONIDINE POTENTIATES THE NEUROPATHIC PAIN-RELIEVING ACTION OF MK-801WHILE PREVENTING ITS NEUROTOXIC AND HYPERACTIVITY SIDE-EFFECTS

      Brain research
    73. CHIA YY; LIU K; LIU YC; CHANG HC; WONG CS
      ADDING KETAMINE IN A MULTIMODAL PATIENT-CONTROLLED EPIDURAL REGIMEN REDUCES POSTOPERATIVE PAIN AND ANALGESIC CONSUMPTION

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    74. KLIMSCHA W; HORVATH G; SZIKSZAY M; DOBOS I; BENEDEK G
      ANTINOCICEPTIVE EFFECT OF THE S(-ENANTIOMER OF KETAMINE ON CARRAGEENAN HYPERALGESIA AFTER INTRATHECAL ADMINISTRATION IN RATS())

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    75. ZIVANOVIC D; SUSIC V; STANOJLOVIC O
      APH, AN N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST, BLOCKS THE METAPHIT-INDUCED AUDIOGENIC-SEIZURES IN RATS

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-PARIS
    76. SIMPSON RK; GONDO M; ROBERTSON CS; GOODMAN JC
      REDUCTION IN THERMAL HYPERALGESIA BY INTRATHECAL ADMINISTRATION OF GLYCINE AND RELATED-COMPOUNDS

      Neurochemical research
    77. DECAVEL C; CURRAS MC
      INCREASED EXPRESSION OF THE N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTOR SUBUNIT, NR1, IN IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICALLY IDENTIFIED MAGNOCELLULAR HYPOTHALAMIC NEURONS DURING DEHYDRATION

      Neuroscience
    78. CARDER RK
      IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF AMPA-SELECTIVE GLUTAMATE-RECEPTOR SUBUNITS - LAMINAR AND COMPARTMENTAL DISTRIBUTION IN MACAQUE STRIATE CORTEX

      The Journal of neuroscience
    79. GUERRINI L; MOLTENI A; WIRTH T; KISTLER B; BLASI F
      GLUTAMATE-DEPENDENT ACTIVATION OF NF-KAPPA-B DURING MOUSE CEREBELLUM DEVELOPMENT

      The Journal of neuroscience
    80. TSUDA M; SUZUKI T; MISAWA M
      AGE-RELATED DECREASE IN THE ANTISEIZURE EFFECT OF IFENPRODIL AGAINST PENTYLENETETRAZOLE IN MICE

      Developmental brain research
    81. MCDONOUGH JH; SHIH TM
      NEUROPHARMACOLOGICAL MECHANISMS OF NERVE AGENT-INDUCED SEIZURE AND NEUROPATHOLOGY

      Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
    82. CONTI F
      LOCALIZATION OF NMDA RECEPTORS IN THE CEREBRAL-CORTEX - A SCHEMATIC OVERVIEW

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    83. SCHRADER LA; TASKER JG
      MODULATION OF MULTIPLE POTASSIUM CURRENTS BY METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS IN NEURONS OF THE HYPOTHALAMIC SUPRAOPTIC NUCLEUS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    84. SHERMAN SE; LUO L; DOSTROVSKY JO
      ALTERED RECEPTIVE-FIELDS AND SENSORY MODALITIES OF RAT VPL THALAMIC NEURONS DURING SPINAL STRYCHNINE-INDUCED ALLODYNIA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    85. SCHRADER LA; TASKER JG
      PRESYNAPTIC MODULATION BY METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS OF EXCITATORY AND INHIBITORY SYNAPTIC INPUTS TO HYPOTHALAMIC MAGNOCELLULAR NEURONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    86. ABDULGHANI AS; ATTWELL PJE; BRADFORD HF
      THE PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF 2-CHLOROADENOSINE AGAINST THE DEVELOPMENT OFAMYGDALA KINDLING AND ON AMYGDALA-KINDLED SEIZURES

      European journal of pharmacology
    87. ABDULGHANI AS; ATTWELL PJE; KENT NS; BRADFORD HF; CROUCHER MJ; JANE DE
      ANTI-EPILEPTOGENIC AND ANTICONVULSANT ACTIVITY OF L-2-AMINO-4-PHOSPHONOBUTYRATE, A PRESYNAPTIC GLUTAMATE-RECEPTOR AGONIST

      Brain research
    88. YAMAMOTO T; NOZAKITAGUCHI N
      EFFECTS OF INTRATHECALLY ADMINISTERED NOCICEPTIN, AN OPIOID RECEPTOR-LIKE(1) RECEPTOR-AGONIST, AND N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS ON THE THERMAL HYPERALGESIA INDUCED BY PARTIAL SCIATIC-NERVE INJURY IN THE RAT

      Anesthesiology
    89. CHOE H; CHOI YS; KIM YH; KO SH; CHOI HG; HAN YJ; SONG HS
      EPIDURAL MORPHINE PLUS KETAMINE FOR UPPER ABDOMINAL-SURGERY - IMPROVED ANALGESIA FROM PREINCISIONAL VERSUS POSTINCISIONAL ADMINISTRATION

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    90. BARON SP; MOERSCHBAECHER JM
      DISRUPTION OF LEARNING BY EXCITATORY AMINO-ACID RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS

      Behavioural pharmacology
    91. SIMPSON RK; GONDO M; ROBERTSON CS; GOODMAN JG
      REDUCTION IN THE MECHANONOCICEPTIVE RESPONSE BY INTRATHECAL ADMINISTRATION OF GLYCINE AND RELATED-COMPOUNDS

      Neurochemical research
    92. SHERMAN SE; LOOMIS CW
      STRYCHNINE-SENSITIVE MODULATION IS SELECTIVE FOR NONNOXIOUS SOMATOSENSORY INPUT IN THE SPINAL-CORD OF THE RAT

      Pain
    93. MERCADANTE S
      KETAMINE IN CANCER PAIN - AN UPDATE

      Palliative medicine
    94. ARAMAKIS VB; STANLEY BG; ASHE JH
      NEUROPEPTIDE-Y RECEPTOR AGONISTS - MULTIPLE EFFECTS ON SPONTANEOUS ACTIVITY IN THE PARAVENTRICULAR HYPOTHALAMUS

      Peptides
    95. KRAUS JE; NADLER JV; MCNAMARA JO
      REGULATION OF ALTERNATIVE SPLICING OF NMDAR1 IN THE KINDLING MODEL

      Molecular brain research
    96. ABRAM SE
      SPINAL-CORD TOXICITY OF EPIDURAL AND SUBARACHNOID ANALGESICS

      Regional anesthesia
    97. DESARRO G; ONGINI E; BERTORELLI R; AGUGLIA U; DESARRO A
      ANTICONVULSANT ACTIVITY OF 5,7DCKA, NBQX, AND FELBAMATE AGAINST SOME CHEMOCONVULSANTS IN DBA 2 MICE/

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    98. BISSET GW; FAIRHALL KM
      RELEASE OF VASOPRESSIN AND OXYTOCIN BY EXCITATORY AMINO-ACID AGONISTSAND THE EFFECT OF ANTAGONISTS ON RELEASE BY MUSCARINE AND HYPERTONIC SALINE, IN THE RAT IN-VIVO

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    99. ABDULGHANI AS; ATTWELL PJE; BRADFORD HF
      THE ANTIEPILEPTIC EFFECT OF 3-AMINOPROPYLARSONATE ON ELECTRICALLY-KINDLED AND N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE-KINDLED AMYGDALA

      Brain research
    100. 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


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