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    1. Dina, OA; Aley, KO; Isenberg, W; Messing, RO; Levine, JD
      Sex hormones regulate the contribution of PKC epsilon and PKA signalling in inflammatory pain in the rat

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Kim, HT; Park, SK; Lee, SE; Chung, JM; Lee, DH
      Non-noxious A fiber afferent input enhances capsaicin-induced mechanical hyperalgesia in the rat

      PAIN
    3. Verne, GN; Robinson, ME; Price, DD
      Hypersensitivity to visceral and cutaneous pain in the irritable bowel syndrome

      PAIN
    4. Sluka, KA; Kalra, A; Moore, SA
      Unilateral intramuscular injections of acidic saline produce a bilateral, long-lasting hyperalgesia

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    5. Cain, DM; Khasabov, SG; Simone, DA
      Response properties of mechanoreceptors and nociceptors in mouse glabrous skin: an in vivo study

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    6. Growcott, JW; Stone, A; Beise, R; Stammer, H; Tetzloff, W; DeMey, C
      Sensitivity of repeated interdigital web pinching to detect antinociceptive effects of ibuprofen

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    7. Perkins, NM; Tracey, DJ
      Hyperalgesia due to nerve injury: Role of neutrophils

      NEUROSCIENCE
    8. Decosterd, I; Woolf, CJ
      Spared nerve injury: an animal model of persistent peripheral neuropathic pain

      PAIN
    9. Souter, AJ; Garry, MG
      Spinal interleukin-1 beta reduces inflammatory pain

      PAIN
    10. Zheng, Z; Gibson, SJ; Khalil, Z; Helme, RD; McMeeken, JM
      Age-related differences in the time course of capsaicin-induced hyperalgesia

      PAIN
    11. Evans, AR; Junger, H; Southall, MD; Nicol, GD; Sorkin, LS; Broome, JT; Bailey, TW; Vasko, MR
      Isoprostanes, novel eicosanoids that produce nociception and sensitize ratsensory neurons

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    12. Mansikka, H; Sheth, RN; DeVries, C; Lee, H; Winchurch, R; Raja, SN
      Nerve injury-induced mechanical but not thermal hyperalgesia is attenuatedin neurokinin-1 receptor knockout mice

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    13. Gottrup, H; Bach, FW; Arendt-Nielsen, L; Jensen, TS
      Peripheral lidocaine but not ketamine inhibits capsaicin-induced hyperalgesia in humans

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA
    14. Smith, J; O'Callaghan, J; Vicenzino, B; Thurnwald, P; Wright, A
      The influence of regional sympathetic blockade with guanethidine on hyperalgesia in patients with lateral epicondylalgia

      JOURNAL OF MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN
    15. Petersen, KL; Rowbotham, MC
      A new human experimental pain model: the heat capsaicin sensitization model

      NEUROREPORT
    16. Hedo, G; Laird, JMA; Lopez-Garcia, JA
      Time-course of spinal sensitization following carrageenan-induced inflammation in the young rat: A comparative electrophysiological and behavioural study in vitro and in vivo

      NEUROSCIENCE
    17. Dougherty, PM; Schwartz, A; Lenz, FA
      Responses of primate spinomesencephalic tract cells to intradermal capsaicin

      NEUROSCIENCE
    18. Chen, J; Luo, C; Li, HL; Chen, HS
      Primary hyperalgesia to mechanical and heat stimuli following subcutaneousbee venom injection into the plantar surface of hindpaw in the conscious rat: a comparative study with the formalin test

      PAIN
    19. Li, J; Daughters, RS; Bullis, C; Bengiamin, R; Stucky, MW; Brennan, J; Simone, DA
      The cannabinoid receptor agonist WIN 55,212-2 mesylate blocks the development of hyperalgesia produced by capsaicin in rats

      PAIN
    20. Palecek, J; Paleckova, V; Willis, WD
      The effect of phorbol esters on spinal cord amino acid concentrations and responsiveness of rats to mechanical and thermal stimuli

      PAIN
    21. Sommer, C; Petrausch, S; Lindenlaub, T; Toyka, KV
      Neutralizing antibodies to interleukin 1-receptor reduce pain associated behavior in mice with experimental neuropathy

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    22. 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
    23. Inoue, A; Ikoma, K; Morioka, N; Kumagai, K; Hashimoto, T; Hide, I; Nakata, Y
      Interleukin-1 beta induces substance P release from primary afferent neurons through the cyclooxygenase-2 system

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    24. Pertovaara, A
      The influence of stimulus temperature rise rate, adapting temperature, andstimulus duration on suprathreshold responses evoked by noxious heat in the glabrous skin of the limb - Comparison of neuronal discharge in the rat spinal dorsal horn with human sensations

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    25. Poon, A; Sawynok, J
      Antinociceptive and anti-inflammatory properties of an adenosine kinase inhibitor and an adenosine deaminase inhibitor

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    26. Zahn, PK; Brennan, TJ
      Primary, and secondary hyperalgesia in a rat model for human postoperativepain

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    27. DOUGHERTY PM; WILLIS WD; LENZ FA
      TRANSIENT INHIBITION OF RESPONSES TO THERMAL STIMULI OF SPINAL SENSORY TRACT NEURONS IN MONKEYS DURING SENSITIZATION BY INTRADERMAL CAPSAICIN

      Pain
    28. HONORE P; BURITOVA J; CHAPMAN V; BESSON JM
      UP-202-56, AN ADENOSINE ANALOG, SELECTIVELY ACTS VIA A(1) RECEPTORS TO SIGNIFICANTLY DECREASE NOXIOUSLY-EVOKED SPINAL C-FOS PROTEIN EXPRESSION

      Pain
    29. OLAUSSON B
      RECORDING OF HUMAN POLYMODAL SINGLE C-FIBER AFFERENTS FOLLOWING MECHANICAL AND ARGON-LASER HEAT STIMULATION OF INFLAMED SKIN

      Experimental Brain Research
    30. JONES DL; SORKIN LS
      SYSTEMIC GABAPENTIN AND S(-3-ISOBUTYL-GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC ACID BLOCK SECONDARY HYPERALGESIA())

      Brain research
    31. LLOYDTHOMAS AR
      PEDIATRIC PAIN MANAGEMENT - THE NEXT STEP

      Paediatric anaesthesia
    32. MOHAMMADIAN P; HUMMEL T; LOETSCH J; KOBAL G
      BILATERAL HYPERALGESIA TO CHEMICAL-STIMULATION OF THE NASAL-MUCOSA FOLLOWING UNILATERAL INFLAMMATION

      Pain
    33. PETERSEN KL; BRENNUM J; DAHL JB
      EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION OF THE ANALGESIC EFFECT OF IBUPROFEN ON PRIMARY AND SECONDARY HYPERALGESIA

      Pain
    34. SAWYNOK J; ZARRINDAST MR; REID AR; DOAK GJ
      ADENOSINE A(3) RECEPTOR ACTIVATION PRODUCES NOCICEPTIVE BEHAVIOR AND EDEMA BY RELEASE OF HISTAMINE AND 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE

      European journal of pharmacology
    35. SAMMONS M; RAVAL P; BINGHAM S; DAVEY P; PARSONS AA
      A METHOD FOR DETERMINING THERMAL HYPERALGESIA AND INFLAMMATION IN THEMOUSE HIND PAW

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    36. RANDICH A; MELLER ST; GEBHART GF
      RESPONSES OF PRIMARY AFFERENTS AND SPINAL DORSAL HORN NEURONS TO THERMAL AND MECHANICAL STIMULI BEFORE AND DURING ZYMOSAN-INDUCED INFLAMMATION OF THE RAT HINDPAW

      Brain research
    37. ALEY KO; REICHLING DB; LEVINE JD
      VINCRISTINE HYPERALGESIA IN THE RAT - A MODEL OF PAINFUL VINCRISTINE NEUROPATHY IN HUMANS

      Neuroscience
    38. GILCHRIST HD; ALLARD BL; SIMONE DA
      ENHANCED WITHDRAWAL RESPONSES TO HEAT AND MECHANICAL STIMULI FOLLOWING INTRAPLANTAR INJECTION OF CAPSAICIN IN RATS

      Pain
    39. WOOLF CJ; MA QP; ALLCHORNE A; POOLE S
      PERIPHERAL CELL-TYPES CONTRIBUTING TO THE HYPERALGESIC ACTION OF NERVE GROWTH-FACTOR IN INFLAMMATION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    40. ESPINET A; HENDERSON DJ; FACCENDA KA; MORRISON LMM
      DOES PRE-INCISIONAL THORACIC EXTRADURAL BLOCK COMBINED WITH DICLOFENAC REDUCE POSTOPERATIVE PAIN AFTER ABDOMINAL HYSTERECTOMY

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    41. LUNDELL JC; SILVERMAN DG; BRULL SJ; OCONNOR TZ; KITAHATA LM; COLLINS JG; LAMOTTE R
      REDUCTION OF POSTBURN HYPERALGESIA AFTER LOCAL INJECTION OF KETOROLACIN HEALTHY-VOLUNTEERS

      Anesthesiology
    42. RICE ASC
      THE RELATIVE EFFECTS OF ANALGESIC THERAPY ADMINISTERED BEFORE, DURINGOR AFTER SURGICAL INJURY

      Seminars in the neurosciences
    43. MOGENSEN T
      TACHYPHYLAXIS TO EPIDURAL LOCAL-ANESTHETICS

      Danish medical bulletin
    44. TREEDE RD; MAGERL W
      MODERN CONCEPTS OF PAIN AND HYPERALGESIA - BEYOND THE POLYMODAL C-NOCICEPTOR

      News in physiological sciences
    45. NEGUS SS; BUTELMAN ER; GATCH MB; WOODS JH
      EFFECTS OF MORPHINE AND KETOROLAC ON THERMAL ALLODYNIA INDUCED BY PROSTAGLANDIN E(2) AND BRADYKININ IN RHESUS-MONKEYS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    46. LEWIN GR; RUEFF A; MENDELL LM
      PERIPHERAL AND CENTRAL MECHANISMS OF NGF-INDUCED HYPERALGESIA

      European journal of neuroscience
    47. HONG Y; ABBOTT FV
      BEHAVIORAL-EFFECTS OF INTRAPLANTAR INJECTION OF INFLAMMATORY MEDIATORS IN THE RAT

      Neuroscience
    48. ARROYO JF; COHEN ML
      ABNORMAL RESPONSES TO ELECTROCUTANEOUS STIMULATION IN FIBROMYALGIA

      Journal of rheumatology
    49. GELGOR L; MITCHELL D
      MODALITY-SPECIFIC HYPERSENSITIVITY OF DORSAL HORN CONVERGENT NEURONS DURING REPERFUSION OF THEIR RECEPTIVE-FIELDS ON THE RATS TAIL

      Pain
    50. CERVERO F; GILBERT R; HAMMOND RGE; TANNER J
      DEVELOPMENT OF SECONDARY HYPERALGESIA FOLLOWING NONPAINFUL THERMAL-STIMULATION OF THE SKIN - A PSYCHOPHYSICAL STUDY IN MAN

      Pain
    51. NEGUS SS; BUTELMAN ER; AI Y; WOODS JH
      PROSTAGLANDIN-E2-INDUCED THERMAL HYPERALGESIA AND ITS REVERSAL BY MORPHINE IN THE WARM-WATER TAIL-WITHDRAWAL PROCEDURE IN RHESUS-MONKEYS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics


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