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    1. Gschossmann, JM; Coutinho, SV; Miller, JC; Huebel, K; Naliboff, B; Wong, HC; Walsh, JH; Mayer, EA
      Involvement of spinal calcitonin gene-related peptide in the development of acute visceral hyperalgesia in the rat

      NEUROGASTROENTEROLOGY AND MOTILITY
    2. Pawlak, M; Schmidt, RF; Heppelmann, B; Hanesch, U
      The neurokinin-1 receptor antagonist RP 67580 reduces the sensitization ofprimary afferents by substance P in the rat

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PAIN-LONDON
    3. Kerr, BJ; Thompson, SWN; Wynick, D; McMahon, SB
      Endogenous galanin is required for the full expression of central sensitization following peripheral nerve injury

      NEUROREPORT
    4. Csullog, E; Joo, G; Toth, G; Dobos, D; Benedek, G; Horvath, G
      Antinociceptive effect of continuous intrathecal administration of endomorphin-1

      PAIN
    5. Kanda, K; Sato, H; Kemuriyama, T; Iwata, K
      Temporal facilitation of the flexor reflex induced by C-fiber activity: comparison between adult and aged rats

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    6. Liu, HX; Brumovsky, P; Schmidt, R; Brown, W; Payza, K; Hodzic, L; Pou, C; Godbout, C; Hokefelt, T
      Receptor subtype-specific pronociceptive and analgesic actions of galanin in the spinal cord: Selective actions via GalR1 and GalR2 receptors

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    7. Machacek, DW; Garrawav, SM; Shay, BL; Hochman, S
      Serotonin 5-HT2 receptor activation induces a long-lasting amplification of spinal reflex actions in the rat

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    8. Schomburg, ED; Steffens, H; Wada, N
      Parallel nociceptive reflex pathways with negative and positive feedback functions to foot extensors in the cat

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    9. Sonnenborg, FA; Andersen, OK; Arendt-Nielsen, L; Treede, RD
      Withdrawal reflex organisation to electrical stimulation of the dorsal foot in humans

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    10. Wiesenfeld-Hallin, Z; Xu, XJ
      Neuropeptides in neuropathic and inflammatory pain with special emphasis on cholecystokinin and galanin

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    11. Cao, CQ; Hong, Y; Dray, A; Perkins, M
      Spinal delta-opioid receptors mediate suppression of systemic SNC80 on excitability of the flexor reflex in normal and inflamed rat

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    12. Just, S; Heppelmann, B
      Neuropeptide Y changes the excitability of fine afferent units in the rat knee joint

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    13. Terkelsen, AJ; Andersen, OK; Hansen, PO; Jensen, TS
      Effects of heterotopic- and segmental counter-stimulation on the nociceptive withdrawal reflex in humans

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    14. Mironer, YE; Somerville, JJ
      Pain tolerance threshold: A pilot study of an objective measurement of spinal cord stimulator trial results

      PAIN MEDICINE
    15. Sonnenborg, FA; Andersen, OK; Arendt-Nielsen, L
      Modular organization of excitatory and inhibitory reflex receptive fields elicited by electrical stimulation of the foot sole in man

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    16. Franck, LS; Boyce, WT; Gregory, GA; Jemerin, J; Levine, J; Miaskowski, C
      Plasma norepinephrine levels, vagal tone index, and flexor reflex threshold in premature neonates receiving intravenous morphine during the postoperative period: A pilot study

      CLINICAL JOURNAL OF PAIN
    17. Lev-Tov, A; Delvolve, I
      Pattern generation in non-limb moving segments of the mammalian spinal cord

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    18. Kingery, WS; Guo, TZ; Davies, MF; Limbird, L; Maze, M
      The alpha(2A) adrenoceptor and the sympathetic postganglionic neuron contribute to the development of neuropathic heat hyperalgesia in mice

      PAIN
    19. Reeve, AJ; Walker, K; Urban, L; Fox, A
      Excitatory effects of galanin in the spinal cord of intact, anaesthetized rats

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    20. Ellrich, J; Steffens, H; Schomburg, ED
      Neither a general flexor nor a withdrawal pattern of nociceptive reflexes evoked from the human foot

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    21. Phelan, KD; Newton, BW
      Sex differences in the response of postnatal rat lumbar lamina X neurons to exogenously applied galanin recorded in vitro

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    22. Meyerson, BA; Linderoth, B
      Mechanisms of spinal cord stimulation in neuropathic pain

      NEUROLOGICAL RESEARCH
    23. Schmit, BD; McKenna-Cole, A; Rymer, WZ
      Flexor reflexes in chronic spinal cord injury triggered by imposed ankle rotation

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    24. Xu, XJ; Hokfelt, T; Bartfai, T; Wiesenfeld-Hallin, Z
      Galanin and spinal nociceptive mechanisms: recent advances and therapeuticimplications

      NEUROPEPTIDES
    25. Basso, DM
      Neuroanatomical substrates of functional recovery after experimental spinal cord injury: Implications of basic science research for human spinal cordinjury

      PHYSICAL THERAPY
    26. Hiersemenzel, LP; Curt, A; Dietz, V
      From spinal shock to spasticity - Neuronal adaptations to a spinal cord injury

      NEUROLOGY
    27. Bara-Jimenez, W; Aksu, M; Graham, B; Sato, S; Hallett, M
      Periodic limb movements in sleep - State-dependent excitability of the spinal flexor reflex

      NEUROLOGY
    28. Kolb, FP; Timmann, D; Baier, PC; Diener, HC
      Classically conditioned withdrawal reflex in cerebellar patients 2. Impaired unconditioned responses

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    29. Gozariu, M; Bouhassira, D; Willer, JC; Le Bars, D
      Temporal summation and a C-fibre reflex in the rat: effects of morphine onfacilitatory and inhibitory mechanisms

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    30. Liu, HX; Hokfelt, T
      Effect of intrathecal galanin and its putative antagonist M35 on pain behavior in a neuropathic pain model

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    31. Duke, M; Advokat, C
      Pentobarbital-induced modulation of flexor and H-reflexes in Spinal rats

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    32. Jain, A; Rutter, N
      Topical amethocaine gel in the newborn infant; how soon does it work and how long does it last?

      ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD
    33. Jain, A; Rutter, N
      Local anaesthetic effect of topical amethocaine gel in neonates: randomised controlled trial

      ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD
    34. Eaton, MJ; Karmally, S; Martinez, MA; Plunkett, JA; Lopez, T; Cejas, PJ
      Lumbar transplant of neurons genetically modified to secrete galanin reverse pain-like behaviors after partial sciatic nerve injury

      JOURNAL OF THE PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
    35. Xu, IS; Hashemi, M; Calo, G; Regoli, D; Wiesenfeld-Hallin, Z; Xu, XJ
      Effects of intrathecal nocistatin on the flexor reflex and its interactionwith orphanin FQ nociceptin

      NEUROREPORT
    36. Hao, JX; Shi, TJ; Xu, IS; Kaupilla, T; Xu, XJ; Hokfelt, T; Bartfai, T; Wiesenfeld-Hallin, Z
      Intrathecal galanin alleviates allodynia-like behaviour in rats after partial peripheral nerve injury

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    37. Navarro, X; Valero, A; Gudino, G; Fores, J; Rodriguez, FJ; Verdu, E; Pascual, R; Cuadras, J; Nieto-Sampedro, M
      Ensheathing glia transplants promote dorsal root regeneration and spinal reflex restitution after multiple lumbar rhizotomy

      ANNALS OF NEUROLOGY
    38. Shi, TJS; Cui, JG; Meyerson, BA; Linderoth, B; Hokfelt, T
      Regulation of galanin and neuropeptide Y in dorsal root ganglia and dorsalhorn in rat mononeuropathic models: Possible relation to tactile hypersensitivity

      NEUROSCIENCE
    39. Linden, DR; Jia, YP; Seybold, VS
      Spinal neurokin(3) receptors facilitate the nociceptive flexor reflex via a pathway involving nitric oxide

      PAIN
    40. Yakhnitsa, V; Linderoth, B; Meyerson, BA
      Spinal cord stimulation attenuates dorsal horn neuronal hyperexcitability in a rat model of mononeuropathy

      PAIN
    41. Ma, WY; Bisby, MA
      Increase of galanin mRNA in lumbar dorsal root ganglion neurons of adult rats after partial sciatic nerve ligation

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    42. Schomburg, ED; Steffens, H; Kniffki, KD
      Contribution of group III and IV muscle afferents to multisensorial spinalmotor control in cats

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    43. Pitcher, GM; Ritchie, J; Henry, JL
      Paw withdrawal threshold in the von Frey hair test is influenced by the surface on which the rat stands

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE METHODS
    44. Fitzgerald, M; Jennings, E
      The postnatal development of spinal sensory processing

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    45. Biella, G; Bianchi, M; Sotgiu, ML
      Facilitation of spinal sciatic neuron responses to hindpaw thermal stimulation after formalin injection in rat tail

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    46. Andrews, K; Fitzgerald, M
      Cutaneous flexion reflex in human neonates: a quantitative study of threshold and stimulus-response characteristics after single and repeated stimuli

      DEVELOPMENTAL MEDICINE AND CHILD NEUROLOGY
    47. Saade, NE; Atweh, SF; Privat, A; Jabbur, SJ
      Inhibitory effects from various types of dorsal column and raphe magnus stimulations on nociceptive withdrawal flexion reflexes

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    48. KANG YM; ZHANG ZH; YANG SW; QIAO JT; DAFNY N
      ATP-SENSITIVE K-INDUCED OR MORPHINE-INDUCED ANTINOCICEPTION AT THE SPINAL LEVEL - A STUDY USING EMG PLANIMETRY OF FLEXOR REFLEX IN RATS( CHANNELS ARE INVOLVED IN THE MEDIATION OF INTRATHECAL NOREPINEPHRINE)

      Brain research bulletin
    49. ELIAV E; GRACELY RH
      SENSORY CHANGES IN THE TERRITORY OF THE LINGUAL AND INFERIOR ALVEOLARNERVES FOLLOWING LOWER 3RD-MOLAR EXTRACTION

      Pain
    50. XU IS; WIESENFELDHALLIN Z; XU XJ
      [PHE1-PSI(CH2-NH)GLY(2)]-NOCICEPTIN-(1-13)NH2, A PROPOSED ANTAGONIST OF THE NOCICEPTIN RECEPTOR, IS A POTENT AND STABLE AGONIST IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD

      Neuroscience letters
    51. Schepelmann, K; Schugens, MM; Loschmann, PA; Klockgether, T; Dichgans, J
      The non-competitive N-methyl-D-aspartate-antagonist memantine does not affect segmental mono- and polysynaptic reflexes in

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    52. BARANAUSKAS G; NISTRI A
      SENSITIZATION OF PAIN PATHWAYS IN THE SPINAL-CORD - CELLULAR MECHANISMS

      Progress in neurobiology
    53. SCHOMBURG ED; STEFFENS H
      COMPARATIVE-ANALYSIS OF L-DOPA ACTIONS ON NOCICEPTIVE AND NONNOCICEPTIVE SPINAL REFLEX PATHWAYS IN THE CAT

      Neuroscience research
    54. TABO E; EISELE JH; CARSTENS E
      FORCE OF LIMB WITHDRAWALS ELICITED BY GRADED NOXIOUS HEAT COMPARED WITH OTHER BEHAVIORAL MEASURES OF CARRAGEENAN-INDUCED HYPERALGESIA AND ALLODYNIA

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    55. Davis, CG
      Rear-end impacts: Vehicle and occupant response

      JOURNAL OF MANIPULATIVE AND PHYSIOLOGICAL THERAPEUTICS
    56. FLOETER MK; GERLOFF C; KOURI J; HALLETT M
      CUTANEOUS WITHDRAWAL REFLEXES OF THE UPPER EXTREMITY

      Muscle & nerve
    57. GREGORIC M
      SUPPRESSION OF FLEXOR REFLEX BY TRANSCUTANEOUS ELECTRICAL NERVE-STIMULATION IN SPINAL-CORD INJURED PATIENTS

      Muscle & nerve
    58. ANDELLJONSSON S; BARTFAI T
      IDENTIFICATION OF THE SPINAL DEGRADATION PRODUCTS AND INHIBITION OF ADENYLATE-CYCLASE BY RECOMBINANT RAT GALANIN MESSAGE-ASSOCIATED PEPTIDE

      Neuropeptides
    59. LUCAS GA; XU XJ; WIESENFELDHALLIN Z
      ON THE ROLE OF CHOLECYSTOKININ IN THE MEDIATION OF SPINAL REFLEX EXCITABILITY IN INTACT AND AXOTOMIZED RATS

      Neuropeptides
    60. SCHOMBURG ED; PETERSEN N; BARAJON I; HULTBORN H
      FLEXOR REFLEX EFFERENTS RESET THE STEP CYCLE DURING FICTIVE LOCOMOTION IN THE CAT

      Experimental Brain Research
    61. WENG HR; SCHOUENBORG J
      ON THE CUTANEOUS RECEPTORS CONTRIBUTING TO WITHDRAWAL REFLEX PATHWAYSIN THE DECEREBRATE SPINAL RAT

      Experimental Brain Research
    62. GOZARIU M; BOUHASSIRA D; WILLER JC; LEBARS D
      THE INFLUENCE OF TEMPORAL SUMMATION ON A C-FIBER REFLEX IN THE RAT - EFFECTS OF LESIONS IN THE ROSTRAL VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA (RVM)

      Brain research
    63. ELLRICH J; TREEDE RD
      CONVERGENCE OF NOCICEPTIVE AND NONNOCICEPTIVE INPUTS ONTO SPINAL REFLEX PATHWAYS TO THE TIBIALIS ANTERIOR MUSCLE IN HUMANS

      Acta Physiologica Scandinavica
    64. HAO JX; SJOLUND BH; WIESENFELDHALLIN Z
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FOR AN ANTINOCICEPTIVE EFFECT OF KETAMINE IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD

      Acta anaesthesiologica Scandinavica
    65. DECCHI B; ZALAFFI A; SPIDALIERI R; ARRIGUCCI U; DITROIA AM; ROSSI A
      SPINAL REFLEX PATTERN TO FOOT NOCICEPTIVE SIMULATION IN STANDING HUMANS

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    66. PARISE M; GARCIALARREA L; MERTENS P; SINDOU M; MAUGUIERE F
      CLINICAL USE OF POLYSYNAPTIC FLEXION REFLEXES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF SPASTICITY WITH INTRATHECAL BACLOFEN

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    67. LINDH V; WIKLUND U; SANDMAN PO; HAKANSSON S
      ASSESSMENT OF ACUTE PAIN IN PRETERM INFANTS BY EVALUATION OF FACIAL EXPRESSION AND FREQUENCY-DOMAIN ANALYSIS OF HEART-RATE-VARIABILITY

      Early human development
    68. ANDELLJONSSON S; XU IS; BARTFAI T; XU XJ; WIESENFELDHALLIN Z
      THE EFFECT OF NATURALLY-OCCURRING FRAGMENTS OF GALANIN MESSAGE-ASSOCIATED PEPTIDE ON SPINAL-CORD EXCITABILITY IN RATS

      Neuroscience letters
    69. SHIGENAGA T; KATO M; TAGUCHI K
      IN-VIVO VOLTAMMETRIC STUDIES OF THE EFFECTS OF INTRATHECAL MORPHINE ON NOXIOUS HEAT STIMULI-INDUCED SEROTONIN RELEASE IN THE NUCLEUS RAPHE MAGNUS OF ANESTHETIZED RATS

      Neuroscience research
    70. VIDAL BE; DIAZ EH; RAMOS GG
      100 YEARS OF THE BABINSKI SIGN

      Revista de Investigacion Clinica
    71. ADVOKAT C; MOSSER H; HUTCHINSON K
      MORPHINE AND DEXTRORPHAN LOSE ANTINOCICEPTIVE ACTIVITY BUT EXHIBIT ANANTISPASTIC ACTION IN CHRONIC SPINAL RATS

      Physiology & behavior
    72. KOLB FP; SUSS K; TIMMANN D
      A RELIABLE METHOD FOR SUSTAINING A PREDEFINED PRE-INNERVATION LEVEL

      Pflugers Archiv
    73. SAKITAMA K; OZAWA Y; AOTO N; TOMITA H; ISHIKAWA M
      EFFECTS OF A NEW CENTRALLY ACTING MUSCLE-RELAXANT, NK433 (LANPERISONEHYDROCHLORIDE) ON SPINAL REFLEXES

      European journal of pharmacology
    74. MA QP; WOOLF CJ
      TACHYKININ NK1 RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST RP67580 ATTENUATES PROGRESSIVE HYPERSENSITIVITY OF FLEXOR REFLEX DURING EXPERIMENTAL INFLAMMATION IN RATS

      European journal of pharmacology
    75. XU XJ; FARKASSZALLASI T; LUNDBERG JM; HOKFELT T; WIESENFELDHALLIN Z; SZALLASI A
      EFFECTS OF THE CAPSAICIN ANALOG RESINIFERATOXIN ON SPINAL NOCICEPTIVEMECHANISMS IN THE RAT - BEHAVIORAL, ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION STUDIES

      Brain research
    76. JIA YP; SEYBOLD VS
      SPINAL NK2 RECEPTORS CONTRIBUTE TO THE INCREASED EXCITABILITY OF THE NOCICEPTIVE FLEXOR REFLEX DURING PERSISTENT PERIPHERAL INFLAMMATION

      Brain research
    77. XU XJ; HAO JX; WIESENFELDHALLIN Z
      NOCICEPTIN OR ANTINOCICEPTIN - POTENT SPINAL ANTINOCICEPTIVE EFFECT OF ORPHANIN FQ NOCICEPTIN IN THE RAT/

      NeuroReport
    78. NEUGEBAUER V; RUMENAPP P; SCHAIBLE HG
      CALCITONIN-GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE IS INVOLVED IN THE SPINAL PROCESSING OF MECHANOSENSORY INPUT FROM THE RATS KNEE-JOINT AND IN THE GENERATIONAND MAINTENANCE OF HYPEREXCITABILITY OF DORSAL HORN NEURONS DURING DEVELOPMENT OF ACUTE-INFLAMMATION

      Neuroscience
    79. XU XJ; WIESENFELDHALLIN Z
      CALCITONIN-GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE-(8-37) DOES NOT ANTAGONIZE CALCITONIN-GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE IN RAT SPINAL-CORD

      Neuroscience letters
    80. ABRAM SE; DEAN C; OCONNOR TC
      PERONEAL AFFERENT NERVE DISCHARGES UNDERLYING THE BEHAVIORAL-RESPONSETO THE FORMALIN TEST

      Regional anesthesia
    81. ROSSIGNOL S; CHAU C; BRUSTEIN E; BELANGER M; BARBEAU H; DREW T
      LOCOMOTOR CAPACITIES AFTER COMPLETE AND PARTIAL LESIONS OF THE SPINAL-CORD

      Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis
    82. REN B; LINDEROTH B; MEYERSON BA
      EFFECTS OF SPINAL-CORD STIMULATION ON THE FLEXOR REFLEX AND INVOLVEMENT OF SUPRASPINAL MECHANISMS - AN EXPERIMENTAL-STUDY IN MONONEUROPATHIC RATS

      Journal of neurosurgery
    83. XU XJ; ANDELL S; BARTFAI T; WIESENFELDHALLIN Z
      FRAGMENTS OF GALANIN MESSAGE-ASSOCIATED PEPTIDE (GMAP) MODULATE THE SPINAL FLEXOR REFLEX IN RAT

      European journal of pharmacology
    84. GOZARIU M; BUSTAMANTE D; LEBARS D; WILLER JC
      EFFECTS OF CLONIDINE ON A C-FIBER REFLEX IN THE RAT

      European journal of pharmacology
    85. FLETCHER D; KAYSER V; GUILBAUD G
      INFLUENCE OF TIMING OF ADMINISTRATION ON THE ANALGESIC EFFECT OF BUPIVACAINE INFILTRATION IN CARRAGEENAN-INJECTED RATS

      Anesthesiology
    86. TIMMANN D; PLUMMER C; SCHWARZ M; DIENER HC
      INFLUENCE OF FLUPIRTINE ON HUMAN LOWER-LIMB REFLEXES

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    87. ZHANG ZH; YANG SW; CHEN JY; XIE YF; QIAO JT; DAFNY N
      INTERACTION OF SEROTONIN AND NOREPINEPHRINE IN SPINAL ANTINOCICEPTION

      Brain research bulletin
    88. MARLINSKY VV
      THE EFFECT OF SOMATOSENSORY STIMULATION ON 2ND-ORDER AND EFFERENT VESTIBULAR NEURONS IN THE DECEREBRATE DECEREBELLATE GUINEA-PIG

      Neuroscience
    89. FINLEY JCW; ERICKSON JT; KATZ DM
      GALANIN EXPRESSION IN CAROTID-BODY AFFERENT NEURONS

      Neuroscience
    90. LUO L; WIESENFELDHALLIN Z
      EFFECTS OF INTRATHECAL LOCAL-ANESTHETICS ON SPINAL EXCITABILITY AND ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF AUTOTOMY

      Pain
    91. MEYERSON BA; REN B; HERREGODTS P; LINDEROTH B
      SPINAL-CORD STIMULATION IN ANIMAL-MODELS OF MONONEUROPATHY - EFFECTS ON THE WITHDRAWAL RESPONSE AND THE FLEXOR REFLEX

      Pain
    92. SMITH GD; HARRISON SM; BIRCH PJ
      PERI-ADMINISTRATION OF CLONIDINE OR MK801 DELAYS BUT DOES NOT PREVENTTHE DEVELOPMENT OF MECHANICAL HYPERALGESIA IN A MODEL OF MONONEUROPATHY IN THE RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    93. PRZEWLOCKA B; MACHELSKA H; REKOWSKI P; KUPRYSZEWSKI G; PRZEWLOCKI R
      INTRACEREBROVENTRICULAR GALANIN AND N-TERMINAL GALANIN FRAGMENT ENHANCE THE MORPHINE-INDUCED ANALGESIA IN THE RAT

      Journal of neural transmission
    94. SHIOZAWA A; NARITA K; IZUMI G; KURASHIGE S; SAKITAMA K; ISHIKAWA M
      SYNTHESIS AND ACTIVITY OF 2-METHYL-3-AMINOPROPIOPHENONES AS CENTRALLYACTING MUSCLE-RELAXANTS

      European journal of medicinal chemistry
    95. ONO H; FUKUDA H
      PHARMACOLOGY OF DESCENDING NORADRENERGIC SYSTEMS IN RELATION TO MOTORFUNCTION

      Pharmacology & therapeutics
    96. BEDECS K; LANGEL U; BARTFAI T
      METABOLISM OF GALANIN AND GALANIN(1-16) IN ISOLATED CEREBROSPINAL-FLUID AND SPINAL-CORD MEMBRANES FROM RAT

      Neuropeptides
    97. LUO L; WIESENFELDHALLIN Z
      THE EFFECTS OF PRETREATMENT WITH TACHYKININ ANTAGONISTS AND GALANIN ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF SPINAL-CORD HYPEREXCITABILITY FOLLOWING SCIATIC-NERVE SECTION IN THE RAT

      Neuropeptides
    98. TACHIBANA S; SAEGUSA H; SUZUKI S; YAMAZAKI Y; IIDA H
      LATENT TARSAL TUNNEL-SYNDROME WITH THE PROVOCATION OF FLEXOR SPASMS IN A PARAPLEGIC PERSON - CASE-REPORT

      Paraplegia
    99. LOZIER AP; KENDIG JJ
      LONG-TERM POTENTIATION IN AN ISOLATED PERIPHERAL NERVE-SPINAL CORD PREPARATION

      Journal of neurophysiology
    100. CARSTENS E; DOUGLASS DK
      MIDBRAIN SUPPRESSION OF LIMB WITHDRAWAL AND TAIL-FLICK REFLEXES IN THE RAT - CORRELATES WITH DESCENDING INHIBITION OF SACRAL SPINAL NEURONS

      Journal of neurophysiology


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