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    1. Ji, RR; Woolf, CJ
      Neuronal plasticity and signal transduction in nociceptive neurons: Implications for the initiation and maintenance of pathological pain

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF DISEASE
    2. Kerr, BJ; Souslova, V; McMahon, SB; Wood, JN
      A role for the TTX-resistant sodium channel Nav 1.8 in NGF-induced hyperalgesia, but not neuropathic pain

      NEUROREPORT
    3. Ramirez-Romero, R; Brogden, KA; Gallup, JM; Sonea, IM; Ackermann, MR
      Mast cell density and substance P-like immunoreactivity during the initiation and progression of lung lesions in ovine Mannheimia (Pasteurella) haemolytica pneumonia

      MICROBIAL PATHOGENESIS
    4. Hu, SJ; Song, XJ; Greenquist, KW; Zhang, JM; LaMotte, RH
      Protein kinase A modulates spontaneous activity in chronically compressed dorsal root ganglion neurons in the rat

      PAIN
    5. Jarvis, MF; Kowaluk, EA
      Pharmacological characterization of P2X(3) homomeric and heteromeric channels in nociceptive signaling and behavior

      DRUG DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH
    6. Pomonis, JD; Rogers, SD; Peters, CM; Ghilardi, JR; Mantyh, PW
      Expression and localization of endothelin receptors: Implications for the involvement of peripheral glia in nociception

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Yoshimura, N; Seki, S; Novakovic, SD; Tzoumaka, E; Erickson, VL; Erickson, KA; Chancellor, MB; de Groat, WC
      The involvement of the tetrodotoxin-resistant sodium channel Na(v)1.8 (PN3/SNS) in a rat model of visceral pain

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    8. Aley, KO; Martin, A; McMahon, T; Mok, J; Levine, JD; Messing, RO
      Nociceptor sensitization by extracellular signal-regulated kinases

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Hamada, F; Noutsuka, H; Hamada, Y; Goto, H
      Comparison of the spinal anti-nociceptive effects of ES-242-1 and MK-801, two different NMDA antagonists, in rats

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    10. Tominaga, M; Wada, M; Masu, M
      Potentiation of capsaicin receptor activity by metabotropic ATP receptors as a possible mechanism for ATP-evoked pain and hyperalgesia

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    11. Schwartzman, RJ; Grothusen, J; Kiefer, TR; Rohr, P
      Neuropathic central pain - Epidemiology, etiology, and treatment options

      ARCHIVES OF NEUROLOGY
    12. Devor, M
      Neuropathic pain: what do we do with all these theories?

      ACTA ANAESTHESIOLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    13. Petersen, KL; Rowbotham, MC
      Will ion-channel blockers be useful for management of nonneuropathic pain?

      JOURNAL OF PAIN
    14. Costigan, M; Woolf, CJ
      Pain: Molecular mechanisms

      JOURNAL OF PAIN
    15. Smith, JAM; Davis, CL; Burgess, GM
      Prostaglandin E-2-induced sensitization of bradykinin-evoked responses in rat dorsal root ganglion neurons is mediated by cAMP-dependent protein kinase A

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    16. Levy, D; Tal, M; Hoke, A; Zochodne, DW
      Transient action of the endothelial constitutive nitric oxide synthase (ecNOS) mediates the development of thermal hypersensitivity following peripheral nerve injury

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    17. Mannion, RJ; Woolf, CJ
      Pain mechanisms and management: A central perspective

      CLINICAL JOURNAL OF PAIN
    18. Zhou, ZS; Zhao, ZQ
      Ketamine blockage of both tetrodotoxin (TTX)-sensitive and TTX-resistant sodium channels of rat dorsal root ganglion neurons

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    19. Fu, KY; Light, AR; Maixner, W
      Relationship between nociceptor activity, peripheral edema, spinal microglial activation and long-term hyperalgesia induced by formalin

      NEUROSCIENCE
    20. Sandkuhler, J
      Learning and memory in pain pathways

      PAIN
    21. Kesingland, AC; Gentry, CT; Panesar, MS; Bowes, MA; Vernier, JM; Cube, R; Walker, K; Urban, L
      Analgesic profile of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor agonists, (+)-epibatidine and ABT-594 in models of persistent inflammatory and neuropathic pain

      PAIN
    22. Liu, CN; Wall, PD; Ben-Dor, E; Michaelis, M; Amir, R; Devor, M
      Tactile allodynia in the absence of C-fiber activation: altered firing properties of DRG neurons following spinal nerve injury

      PAIN
    23. Chizh, BA; Schlutz, H; Scheede, M; Englberger, W
      The N-methyl-D-aspartate antagonistic and opioid components of d-methadoneantinociception in the rat spinal cord

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    24. Martinez, RV; Diaz, MI; Hernandez, GP; Ramirez, AMD; Salazar, LA; Cabre, F; Lopez-Munoz, FJ
      Role of COX-1-and COX-2-synthesized prostaglandins in a rat model of arthritic pain

      DRUG DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH
    25. Kowaluk, EA; Lynch, KJ; Jarvis, MF
      Recent advances in development of novel analgesics

      ANNUAL REPORTS IN MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY, VOL 35
    26. Woolf, CJ; Salter, MW
      Neuroscience - Neuronal plasticity: Increasing the gain in pain

      SCIENCE
    27. Calza, L; Pozza, M; Arletti, R; Manzini, E; Hokfelt, T
      Long-lasting regulation of galanin, opioid, and other peptides in dorsal root ganglia and spinal cord during experimental polyarthritis

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    28. Gould, HJ; Gould, TN; England, JD; Paul, D; Liu, ZP; Levinson, SR
      A possible role for nerve growth factor in the augmentation of sodium channels in models of chronic pain

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    29. Brandt, J; Bollow, M; Haberle, J; Rudwaleit, M; Eggens, U; Distler, A; Sieper, J; Braun, J
      Studying patients with inflammatory back pain and arthritis of the lower limbs clinically and by magnetic resonance imaging: many, but not all patients with sacroiliitis have spondyloarthropathy

      RHEUMATOLOGY
    30. Sandrini, M; Vitale, G; Ottani, A; Pini, LA
      The potentiation of analgesic activity of paracetamol plus morphine involves the serotonergic system in rat brain

      INFLAMMATION RESEARCH
    31. Fjell, J; Cummins, TR; Davis, BM; Albers, KM; Fried, K; Waxman, SG; Black, JA
      Sodium channel expression in NGF-overexpressing transgenic mice

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    32. Barr, GA
      Antinociceptive effects of locally administered morphine in infant rats

      PAIN
    33. Nakamura, A; Shiomi, H
      Recent advances in neuropharmacology of cutaneous nociceptors

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    34. Dib-Hajj, SD; Tyrrell, L; Cummins, TR; Black, JA; Wood, PM; Waxman, SG
      Two tetrodotoxin-resistant sodium channels in human dorsal root ganglion neurons

      FEBS LETTERS
    35. Ko, MC; Woods, JH
      Local administration of Delta(9)-tetrahydrocannabinol attenuates capsaicin-induced thermal nociception in rhesus monkeys: a peripheral cannabinoid action

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    36. KUSUHARA H; MATSUYUKI H; OKUMOTO T
      INVOLVEMENT OF PROSTAGLANDINS PRODUCED BY CYCLOOXYGENASE-1 IN MURINE VISCERONOCICEPTION INDUCED BY PHENYLQUINONE

      PROSTAGLANDINS & OTHER LIPID MEDIATORS
    37. KALMAN S; LINDERFALK C; WARDELL K; EINTREI C; LISANDER B
      DIFFERENTIAL EFFECT ON VASODILATATION AND PAIN AFTER INTRADERMAL CAPSAICIN IN HUMANS DURING DECAY OF INTRAVENOUS REGIONAL ANESTHESIA WITH MEPIVACAINE

      REGIONAL ANESTHESIA AND PAIN MEDICINE
    38. TANAKA M; CUMMINS TR; ISHIKAWA K; DIBHAJJ SD; BLACK JA; WAXMAN SG
      SNS NA-ROOT GANGLION NEURONS IN THE CARRAGEENAN INFLAMMATORY PAIN MODEL( CHANNEL EXPRESSION INCREASES IN DORSAL)

      NeuroReport
    39. CANTINI F; SALVARANI C; OLIVIERI I; NICCOLI L; PADULA A; BELLANDI F; PALCHETTI R
      TUBERCULOUS SPONDYLITIS AS A CAUSE OF INFLAMMATORY SPINAL PAIN - A REPORT OF 4 CASES

      Clinical and experimental rheumatology
    40. SCHADRACK J; CASTROLOPES JM; AVELINO A; ZIEGLGANSBERGER W; TOLLE TR
      MODULATED EXPRESSION OF C-FOS IN THE SPINAL-CORD FOLLOWING NOXIOUS THERMAL-STIMULATION OF MONOARTHRITIC RATS

      Journal of neuroscience research
    41. JIANG MC; GEBHART GF
      DEVELOPMENT OF MUSTARD OIL-INDUCED HYPERALGESIA IN RATS

      Pain
    42. PEDERSEN JL; KEHLET H
      SECONDARY HYPERALGESIA TO HEAT STIMULI AFTER BURN INJURY IN MAN

      Pain
    43. PEDERSEN JL; KEHLET H
      HYPERALGESIA IN A HUMAN-MODEL OF ACUTE INFLAMMATORY PAIN - A METHODOLOGICAL STUDY

      Pain
    44. PEDERSEN JL; ANDERSEN OK; ARENDTNIELSEN L; KEHLET H
      HYPERALGESIA AND TEMPORAL SUMMATION OF PAIN AFTER HEAT INJURY IN MAN

      Pain
    45. NIKFAR S; ABDOLLAHI M; ETEMAD F; SHARIFZADEH M
      EFFECTS OF SWEETENING AGENTS ON MORPHINE-INDUCED ANALGESIA IN MICE BYFORMALIN TEST

      General pharmacology
    46. ROSZKOWSKI MT; SWIFT JQ; HARGREAVES KM
      EFFECT OF NSAID ADMINISTRATION ON TISSUE-LEVELS OF IMMUNOREACTIVE PROSTAGLANDIN E-2, LEUKOTRIENE B-4, AND (S)-FLURBIPROFEN FOLLOWING EXTRACTION OF IMPACTED 3RD MOLARS

      Pain
    47. DIAZ A; DICKENSON AH
      BLOCKADE OF SPINAL N-TYPE AND P-TYPE, BUT NOT L-TYPE, CALCIUM CHANNELS INHIBITS THE EXCITABILITY OF RAT DORSAL HORN NEURONS PRODUCED BY SUBCUTANEOUS FORMALIN INFLAMMATION

      Pain
    48. HOLTHUSEN H; DING ZP
      NITRIC-OXIDE IS NOT INVOLVED IN VASCULAR NOCICEPTION OF NOXIOUS PHYSICAL STIMULI IN HUMANS

      Neuroscience letters
    49. MALMBERG AB; BRANDON EP; IDZERDA RL; LIU HT; MCKNIGHT GS; BASBAUM AI
      DIMINISHED INFLAMMATION AND NOCICEPTIVE PAIN WITH PRESERVATION OF NEUROPATHIC PAIN IN MICE WITH A TARGETED MUTATION OF THE TYPE-I REGULATORY SUBUNIT OF CAMP-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    50. SAADE NE; ABOUJAOUDE PG; SAADEH FA; HAMOUI S; SAFIEHGARABEDIAN B; KANAAN SA; ATWEH SF; JABBUR SJ
      FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY INDUCED BY INTRAPLANTAR INJECTION OF ENDOTOXIN AND ITS REDUCTION BY MORPHINE

      Brain research
    51. BURITOVA J; CHAPMAN V; HONORE P; BESSON JM
      THE CONTRIBUTION OF GABA(B) RECEPTOR-MEDIATED EVENTS TO INFLAMMATORY PAIN PROCESSING - CARRAGEENAN EDEMA AND ASSOCIATED SPINAL C-FOS EXPRESSION IN THE RAT

      Neuroscience
    52. EISENBERG E; VOS BP; STRASSMAN AM
      THE PERIPHERAL ANTINOCICEPTIVE EFFECT OF MORPHINE IN A RAT MODEL OF FACIAL-PAIN

      Neuroscience
    53. BURITOVA J; HONORE P; BESSON JM
      KETOPROFEN PRODUCES PROFOUND INHIBITION OF SPINAL C-FOS PROTEIN EXPRESSION RESULTING FROM AN INFLAMMATORY STIMULUS BUT NOT FROM NOXIOUS HEAT

      Pain
    54. BURITOVA J; HONORE P; CHAPMAN V; BESSON JM
      ENHANCED EFFECTS OF CO-ADMINISTERED DEXAMETHASONE AND DICLOFENAC ON INFLAMMATORY PAIN PROCESSING AND ASSOCIATED SPINAL C-FOS EXPRESSION IN THE RAT

      Pain
    55. DECAMPOS ROP; ALVES RV; KYLE DJ; CHAKRAVARTY S; MAVUNKEL BJ; CALIXTO JB
      ANTIOEDEMATOGENIC AND ANTINOCICEPTIVE ACTIONS OF NPC-18521, A NOVEL BRADYKININ B-2 RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST

      European journal of pharmacology
    56. PINI LA; SANDRINI M; VITALE G
      THE ANTINOCICEPTIVE ACTION OF PARACETAMOL IS ASSOCIATED WITH CHANGES IN THE SEROTONERGIC SYSTEM IN THE RAT-BRAIN

      European journal of pharmacology
    57. BURITOVA J; CHAPMAN V; HONORE P; BESSON JM
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN NMDA-MEDIATED AND PROSTAGLANDIN RECEPTOR-MEDIATED EVENTS IN A MODEL OF INFLAMMATORY NOCICEPTION

      European journal of pharmacology
    58. CORREA CR; KYLE DJ; CHAKRAVERTY S; CALIXTO JB
      ANTINOCICEPTIVE PROFILE OF THE PSEUDOPEPTIDE B-2 BRADYKININ RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST NPC-18688 IN MICE

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    59. BURITOVA J; HONORE P; CHAPMAN V; BESSON JM
      CARRAGEENAN EDEMA AND SPINAL FOS-LI NEURONS ARE REDUCED BY PIROXICAM IN THE RAT

      NeuroReport
    60. SCHEPELMANN K; MESSLINGER K; SCHAIBLE HG; SCHMIDT RF
      THE OPIOID ANTAGONIST NALOXONE DOES NOT ALTER DISCHARGES OF NOCICEPTIVE AFFERENTS FROM THE ACUTELY INFLAMED KNEE-JOINT OF THE CAT

      Neuroscience letters
    61. FITZGERALD M
      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY OF INFLAMMATORY PAIN

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    62. CASTROLOPES JM; TAVARES I; TOLLE TR; COIMBRA A
      CARRAGEENAN-INDUCED INFLAMMATION OF THE HIND FOOT PROVOKES A RISE OF GABA-IMMUNOREACTIVE CELLS IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD THAT IS PREVENTED BY PERIPHERAL NEURECTOMY OR NEONATAL CAPSAICIN TREATMENT

      Pain
    63. NEUGEBAUER V; SCHAIBLE HG; HE X; LUCKE T; GUNDLING P; SCHMIDT RF
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FOR A SPINAL ANTINOCICEPTIVE ACTION OF DIPYRONE

      Agents and actions
    64. HUNTER JC; ATWAL P; WOODRUFF GN; SINGH L
      DIFFERENTIAL MODULATION OF KAPPA-OPIOID AND MU-OPIOID ANTINOCICEPTIONBY THE GLYCINE NMDA RECEPTOR AGONIST D-SERINE/

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    65. CALVINO B; GUILBAUD G; BESSON JM
      NEW METHODS FOR ANIMAL PAIN TESTING IN EXPERIMENTAL SITUATIONS

      S.T.A.L.
    66. CATTANEO I; KAYSER V; GUILBAUD G
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF SPECIFIC DELTA AND KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS ON THE BIDIRECTIONAL DOSE-DEPENDENT EFFECT OF SYSTEMIC NALOXONE IN ARTHRITIC RATS, AN EXPERIMENTAL-MODEL OF PERSISTENT PAIN

      Brain research
    67. YAMAMOTO T; SHIMOYAMA N; MIZUGUCHI T
      EFFECTS OF FK224, A NOVEL CYCLOPEPTIDE NK1 AND NK2 ANTAGONIST, AND CP-96,345, A NONPEPTIDE NK1 ANTAGONIST, ON DEVELOPMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF THERMAL HYPERESTHESIA EVOKED BY CARRAGEENAN INJECTION IN THE RAT PAW

      Anesthesiology


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