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    1. May, A; Goadsby, PJ
      Substance P receptor antagonists in the therapy of migraine

      EXPERT OPINION ON INVESTIGATIONAL DRUGS
    2. Ashina, M; Bendtsen, L; Jensen, R; Schifter, S; Olesen, J
      Calcitonin gene-related peptide levels during nitric oxide-induced headache in patients with chronic tension-type headache

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY
    3. May, A; Goadsby, PJ
      Pharmacological opportunities and pitfalls in the therapy of migraine

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROLOGY
    4. Edvinsson, L
      Calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) and the pathophysiology of headache- Therapeutic implications

      CNS DRUGS
    5. Edvinsson, L
      Aspects on the pathophysiology of migraine and cluster headache

      PHARMACOLOGY & TOXICOLOGY
    6. Samsam, M; Covenas, R; Csillik, B; Ahangari, R; Yajeya, J; Riquelme, R; Narvaez, JA; Tramu, G
      Depletion of substance P, neurokinin A and calcitonin gene-related peptidefrom the contralateral and ipsilateral caudal trigeminal nucleus followingunilateral electrical stimulation of the trigeminal ganglion; a possible neurophysiological and neuroanatomical link to generalized head pain

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL NEUROANATOMY
    7. Edvinsson, L
      Sensory nerves in man and their role in primary headaches

      CEPHALALGIA
    8. May, A; Buchel, C; Turner, R; Goadsby, PJ
      Magnetic resonance angiography in facial and other pain: Neurovascular mechanisms of trigeminal sensation

      JOURNAL OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW AND METABOLISM
    9. Diamond, S
      A fresh look at migraine therapy - New treatments promise improved management

      POSTGRADUATE MEDICINE
    10. Storer, RJ; Akerman, S; Connor, HE; Goadsby, PJ
      4991W93, a potent blocker of neurogenic plasma protein extravasation, inhibits trigeminal neurons at 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-MT1B/1D) agonist doses

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    11. Knight, YE; Edvinsson, L; Goadsby, PJ
      4991W93 inhibits release of calcitonin gene-related peptide in the cat butonly at doses with 5HT(1B/1D) receptor agonist activity?

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    12. Shen, YT; Pittman, TJ; Buie, PS; Bolduc, DL; Kane, SA; Koblan, KS; Gould, RJ; Lynch, JJ
      Functional role of alpha-calcitonin gene-related peptide in the regulationof the cardiovascular system

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    13. Akerman, S; Williamson, DJ; Hill, RG; Goadsby, PJ
      The effect of adrenergic compounds on neurogenic dural vasodilatation

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    14. Edvinsson, L; Sams, A; Jansen-Olesen, I; Tajti, J; Kane, SA; Rutledge, RZ; Koblan, KS; Hill, RG; Longmore, J
      Characterisation of the effects of a non-peptide CGRP receptor antagonist in SK-N-MC cells and isolated human cerebral arteries

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    15. Jenkins, DW; Feniuk, W; Humphrey, PPA
      Characterization of the prostanoid receptor types involved in mediating calcitonin gene-related peptide release from cultured rat trigeminal neurones

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    16. Goadsby, PJ; Peatfield, R
      Zolmitriptan in the acute treatment of migraine: An overview

      REVIEWS IN CONTEMPORARY PHARMACOTHERAPY
    17. Ashina, M; Bendtsen, L; Jensen, R; Schifter, S; Olesen, J
      Evidence for increased plasma levels of calcitonin gene-related peptide inmigraine outside of attacks

      PAIN
    18. Samsam, M; Covenas, R; Ahangari, R; Yajeya, J; Narvaez, JA; Tramu, G
      Simultaneous depletion of neurokinin A, substance P and calcitonin gene-related peptide from the caudal trigeminal nucleus of the rat during electrical stimulation of the trigeminal ganglion

      PAIN
    19. Ashina, M; Bendtsen, L; Jensen, R; Schifter, S; Jansen-Olesen, I; Olesen, J
      Plasma levels of calcitonin gene-related peptide in chronic tension-type headache

      NEUROLOGY
    20. Messlinger, K; Suzuki, A; Pawlak, M; Zehnter, A; Schmidt, RF
      Involvement of nitric oxide in the modulation of dural arterial blood flowin the rat

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    21. Doods, H; Hallermayer, G; Wu, DM; Entzeroth, M; Rudolf, K; Engel, W; Eberlein, W
      Pharmacological profile of BIBN4096BS, the first selective small molecule CGRP antagonist

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    22. Goadsby, PJ; Classey, JD
      Glutamatergic transmission in the trigeminal nucleus assessed with local blood flow

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    23. Frese, A; Evers, S
      Rare primary headache syndromes with autonomic features. A review

      NERVENHEILKUNDE
    24. Storer, RJ; Goadsby, PJ
      Trigeminovascular nociceptive transmission involves N-methyl-D-aspartate and non-N-methyl-D-aspartate glutamate receptors

      NEUROSCIENCE
    25. Ebersberger, A; Averbeck, B; Messlinger, K; Reeh, PW
      Release of substance P, calcitonin gene-related peptide and prostaglandin E-2 from rat dura mater encephali following electrical and chemical stimulation in vitro

      NEUROSCIENCE
    26. Goadsby, PJ; Hoskin, KL
      Differential effects of low dose CP122,288 and eletriptan on Fos expression due to stimulation of the superior sagittal sinus in cat

      PAIN
    27. Samsam, M; Covenas, R; Ahangari, R; Yajeya, J; Narvaez, JA; Tramu, G
      Alterations in neurokinin A-, substance P- and calcitonin gene-related peptide immunoreactivities in the caudal trigeminal nucleus of the rat following electrical stimulation of the trigeminal ganglion

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    28. Knight, YE; Edvinsson, L; Goadsby, PJ
      Blockade of calcitonin gene-related peptide release after superior sagittal sinus stimulation in cat: a comparison of avitriptan and CP122,288

      NEUROPEPTIDES
    29. Fettes, I
      Migraine in the menopause

      NEUROLOGY
    30. EDVINSSON L; GOADSBY PJ
      NEUROPEPTIDES IN HEADACHE

      European journal of neurology
    31. GOADSBY PJ
      SEROTONIN 5-HT1B 1D RECEPTOR AGONISTS IN MIGRAINE - COMPARATIVE PHARMACOLOGY AND ITS THERAPEUTIC IMPLICATIONS/

      CNS drugs
    32. GOADSBY PJ
      SEROTONIN RECEPTORS AND THE ACUTE ATTACK OF MIGRAINE

      Clinical neuroscience
    33. GOADSBY PJ; HOSKIN KL
      SEROTONIN INHIBITS TRIGEMINAL NUCLEUS ACTIVITY EVOKED BY CRANIOVASCULAR STIMULATION THROUGH A 5HT(1B 1D) RECEPTOR - A CENTRAL ACTION IN MIGRAINE/

      Annals of neurology
    34. GOADSBY PJ; HOSKIN KL; KNIGHT YE
      SUBSTANCE-P BLOCKADE WITH THE POTENT AND CENTRALLY ACTING ANTAGONIST GR205171 DOES NOT EFFECT CENTRAL TRIGEMINAL ACTIVITY WITH SUPERIOR SAGITTAL SINUS STIMULATION

      Neuroscience
    35. Kemper, RHA; Spoelstra, MB; Meijler, WJ; Ter Horst, GJ
      Lipopolysaccharide-induced hyperalgesia of intracranial capsaicin sensitive afferents in conscious rats

      PAIN
    36. GOADSBY PJ
      BENCH TO BEDSIDE - WHAT HAVE WE LEARNT RECENTLY ABOUT HEADACHE

      Current opinion in neurology
    37. GOADSBY PJ
      CURRENT CONCEPTS OF THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF MIGRAINE

      Neurologic clinics
    38. WILLIAMSON DJ; HARGREAVES RJ; HILL RG; SHEPHEARD SL
      INTRAVITAL MICROSCOPE STUDIES ON THE EFFECTS OF NEUROKININ AGONISTS AND CALCITONIN-GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE ON DURAL VESSEL DIAMETER IN THE ANESTHETIZED RAT

      Cephalalgia
    39. WILLIAMSON DJ; HARGREAVES RJ; HILL RG; SHEPHEARD SL
      SUMATRIPTAN INHIBITS NEUROGENIC VASODILATION OF DURAL BLOOD-VESSELS IN THE ANESTHETIZED RAT - INTRAVITAL MICROSCOPE STUDIES

      Cephalalgia
    40. GOADSBY PJ; KNIGHT YE
      DIRECT EVIDENCE FOR CENTRAL SITES OF ACTION OF ZOLMITRIPTAN (311C90) - AN AUTORADIOGRAPHIC STUDY IN CAT

      Cephalalgia
    41. OTTOSSON A; EDVINSSON L
      RELEASE OF HISTAMINE FROM DURAL MAST-CELLS BY SUBSTANCE-P AND CALCITONIN-GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE

      Cephalalgia
    42. MARTIN GR
      PRECLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY OF ZOLMITRIPTAN (ZOMIG(TM), FORMERLY 311C90), A CENTRALLY AND PERIPHERALLY ACTING 5HT(1B) (1D) AGONIST FOR MIGRAINE/

      Cephalalgia
    43. GOADSBY PJ; KNIGHT YE; HOSKIN KL
      STIMULATION OF THE GREATER OCCIPITAL NERVE INCREASES METABOLIC-ACTIVITY IN THE TRIGEMINAL NUCLEUS CAUDALIS AND CERVICAL DORSAL HORN OF THE CAT

      Pain
    44. POLLEY JS; GASKIN PJ; PERREN MJ; CONNOR HE; WARD P; BEATTIE DT
      THE ACTIVITY OF GR205171, A POTENT NONPEPTIDE TACHYKININ NK1 RECEPTORANTAGONIST, IN THE TRIGEMINOVASCULAR SYSTEM

      Regulatory peptides
    45. FETTES I
      MENSTRUAL MIGRAINE - METHODS OF PREVENTION AND CONTROL

      Postgraduate medicine
    46. GOADSBY PJ; HOSKIN KL
      THE DISTRIBUTION OF TRIGEMINOVASCULAR AFFERENTS IN THE NONHUMAN PRIMATE BRAIN MACACA-NEMESTRINA - A C-FOS IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL STUDY

      Journal of Anatomy
    47. GOADSBY PJ; KNIGHT Y
      INHIBITION OF TRIGEMINAL NEURONS AFTER INTRAVENOUS ADMINISTRATION OF NARATRIPTAN THROUGH AN ACTION AT 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE (5-HT1B 1D) RECEPTORS/

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    48. CLAYTON JS; GASKIN PJ; BEATTIE DT
      ATTENUATION OF FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE TRIGEMINAL NUCLEUS CAUDALIS FOLLOWING TRIGEMINOVASCULAR ACTIVATION IN THE ANESTHETIZED GUINEA-PIG

      Brain research
    49. GOADSBY PJ; KNIGHT YE; HOSKIN KL; BUTLER P
      STIMULATION OF AN INTRACRANIAL TRIGEMINALLY-INNERVATED STRUCTURE SELECTIVELY INCREASES CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW

      Brain research
    50. FANCIULLACCI M; ALESSANDRI M; SICUTERI R; MARABINI S
      RESPONSIVENESS OF THE TRIGEMINOVASCULAR SYSTEM TO NITROGLYCERINE IN CLUSTER HEADACHE PATIENTS

      Brain
    51. STORER RJ; GOADSBY PJ
      MICROIONTOPHORETIC APPLICATION OF SEROTONIN (5HT)(1B 1D) AGONISTS INHIBITS TRIGEMINAL CELL FIRING IN THE CAT/

      Brain
    52. GOADSBY PJ; LIPTON RB
      A REVIEW OF PAROXYSMAL HEMICRANIAS, SUNCT SYNDROME AND OTHER SHORT-LASTING HEADACHES WITH AUTONOMIC FEATURE, INCLUDING NEW CASES

      Brain
    53. GOADSBY PJ; EDVINSSON L
      NEUROPEPTIDE CHANGES IN A CASE OF CHRONIC PAROXYSMAL HEMICRANIA - EVIDENCE FOR TRIGEMINO-PARASYMPATHETIC ACTIVATION

      Cephalalgia
    54. JANSENOLESEN I; MORTENSEN A; EDVINSSON L
      CALCITONIN-GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE IS RELEASED FROM CAPSAICIN-SENSITIVE NERVE-FIBERS AND INDUCES VASODILATATION OF HUMAN CEREBRAL-ARTERIES CONCOMITANT WITH ACTIVATION OF ADENYLYL-CYCLASE

      Cephalalgia
    55. GOADSBY PJ; HOSKIN KL
      INHIBITION OF TRIGEMINAL NEURONS BY INTRAVENOUS ADMINISTRATION OF THESEROTONIN (5HT)(1B D) RECEPTOR AGONIST ZOLMITRIPTAN (311C90) - ARE BRAIN-STEM SITES THERAPEUTIC TARGET IN MIGRAINE/

      Pain
    56. PERREN MJ; CONNOR HE; BEATTIE DT
      NK1 AND CGRP RECEPTOR-MEDIATED DILATATION OF THE CAROTID ARTERIAL BEDOF THE ANESTHETIZED RABBIT

      Neuropeptides
    57. GOBEL H; STOLZE H; HEINZE A; DWORSCHAK M; HEUSS D; CHRISTIANI K; LINDNER V
      18-MONTH LONG-TERM ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECT IVENESS, SAFETY AND TOLERABILITY OF SUBCUTANEOUS SUMATRIPTAN IN ACUTE MIGRAINE TREATMENT

      Nervenarzt
    58. SCHMETTERER L; WOLZT M; KREJCY K; GRASELLI U; FINDL O; EICHLER HG; SINGER EA
      CEREBRAL AND OCULAR HEMODYNAMIC-EFFECTS OF SUMATRIPTAN IN THE NITROGLYCERIN HEADACHE MODEL

      Clinical pharmacology and therapeutics
    59. HOSKIN KL; KAUBE H; GOADSBY PJ
      SUMATRIPTAN CAN INHIBIT TRIGEMINAL AFFERENTS BY AN EXCLUSIVELY NEURALMECHANISM

      Brain
    60. GOADSBY P
      NEUROPEPTIDES AND MIGRAINE - A USEFUL BIOLOGICAL MARKER

      Cephalalgia
    61. GALLAI V; SARCHIELLI P; FLORIDI A; FRANCESCHINI M; CODINI M; GLIOTI G; TREQUATTRINI A; PALUMBO R
      VASOACTIVE PEPTIDE LEVELS IN THE PLASMA OF YOUNG MIGRAINE PATIENTS WITH AND WITHOUT AURA ASSESSED BOTH INTERICTALLY AND ICTALLY

      Cephalalgia
    62. EDVINSSON L; GOADSBY PJ
      NEUROPEPTIDES IN THE CEREBRAL-CIRCULATION - RELEVANCE TO HEADACHE

      Cephalalgia
    63. MESSLINGER K; HANESCH U; KUROSAWA M; PAWLAK M; SCHMIDT RF
      CALCITONIN-GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE RELEASED FROM DURAL NERVE-FIBERS MEDIATES INCREASE OF MENINGEAL BLOOD-FLOW IN THE RAT

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
    64. KUROSAWA M; MESSLINGER K; PAWLAK M; SCHMIDT RF
      INCREASE OF MENINGEAL BLOOD-FLOW AFTER ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION OF RAT DURA-MATER-ENCEPHALI - MEDIATION BY CALCITONIN-GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    65. ESCOTT KJ; BEATTIE DT; CONNER HE; BRAIN SD
      TRIGEMINAL GANGLION STIMULATION INCREASES FACIAL SKIN BLOOD-FLOW IN THE RAT - A MAJOR ROLE FOR CALCITONIN-GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE

      Brain research
    66. JUUL R; HARA H; GISVOLD SE; BRUBAKK AO; FREDRIKSEN TA; WALDEMAR G; SCHMIDT JF; EKMAN R; EDVINSSON L
      ALTERATIONS IN PERIVASCULAR DILATORY NEUROPEPTIDES (CGRP, SP, VIP) INTHE EXTERNAL JUGULAR-VEIN AND IN THE CEREBROSPINAL-FLUID FOLLOWING SUBARACHNOID HEMORRHAGE IN MAN

      Acta neurochirurgica
    67. GOADSBY PJ
      DIAGNOSIS AND OPTIMUM TREATMENT OF MIGRAINE

      CNS DRUGS
    68. GOBEL H
      THE CURRENT POSITION OF SUMATRIPTAN IN MI GRAINE ATTACK THERAPY

      Nervenheilkunde
    69. HUMPHREY PPA; GOADSBY PJ
      THE MODE OF ACTION OF SUMATRIPTAN IS VASCULAR - A DEBATE

      Cephalalgia
    70. EDVINSSON L; GOADSBY PJ
      NEUROPEPTIDES IN MIGRAINE AND CLUSTER HEADACHE

      Cephalalgia
    71. GOADSBY PJ; EDVINSSON L
      PERIPHERAL AND CENTRAL TRIGEMINOVASCULAR ACTIVATION IN CAT IS BLOCKEDBY THE SEROTONIN (5HT)-1D RECEPTOR AGONIST 311C90

      Headache
    72. GOADSBY PJ; EDVINSSON L
      HUMAN IN-VIVO EVIDENCE FOR TRIGEMINOVASCULAR ACTIVATION IN CLUSTER HEADACHE - NEUROPEPTIDE CHANGES AND EFFECTS OF ACUTE ATTACKS THERAPIES

      Brain
    73. EDVINSSON L; JUUL R; JANSEN I
      PERIVASCULAR NEUROPEPTIDES (NPY, VIP, CGRP AND SP) IN HUMAN BRAIN VESSELS AFTER SUBARACHNOID HEMORRHAGE

      Acta neurologica Scandinavica
    74. PIPER RD; EDVINSSON L; EKMAN R; LAMBERT GA
      CORTICAL SPREADING DEPRESSION DOES NOT RESULT IN THE RELEASE OF CALCITONIN GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE INTO THE EXTERNAL JUGULAR-VEIN OF THE CAT -RELEVANCE TO HUMAN MIGRAINE

      Cephalalgia
    75. KAUBE H; KEAY KA; HOSKIN KL; BANDLER R; GOADSBY PJ
      EXPRESSION OF C-FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE CAUDAL MEDULLA AND UPPER CERVICAL SPINAL-CORD FOLLOWING STIMULATION OF THE SUPERIOR SAGITTAL SINUS IN THE CAT

      Brain research


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