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

      EXPERT OPINION ON INVESTIGATIONAL DRUGS
    2. May, A; Goadsby, PJ
      Pharmacological opportunities and pitfalls in the therapy of migraine

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROLOGY
    3. 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
    4. Fricke, B; Andres, KH; Von During, M
      Nerve fibers innervating the cranial and spinal meninges: Morphology of nerve fiber terminals and their structural integration

      MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE
    5. Kress, M; Izydorczyk, I; Kuhn, A
      N- and L- but not P/Q-type calcium channels contribute to neuropeptide release from rat skin in vitro

      NEUROREPORT
    6. Stanek, J; Symanowicz, PT; Olsen, JE; Gianutsos, G; Morris, JB
      Sensory-nerve-mediated nasal vasodilatory response to inspired acetaldehyde and acetic acid vapors

      INHALATION TOXICOLOGY
    7. Kemper, RHA; Meijler, WJ; Korf, J; Ter Horst, GJ
      Migraine and function of the immune system: a meta-analysis of clinical literature published between 1966 and 1999

      CEPHALALGIA
    8. 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
    9. Olajos, EJ; Salem, H
      Riot control agents: Pharmacology, toxicology, biochemistry and chemistry

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED TOXICOLOGY
    10. Bileviciute-Ljungar, I; Spetea, M
      Contralateral but not systemic administration of the kappa-opioid agonist U-50,488H induces anti-nociception in acute hindpaw inflammation in rats

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    11. Hiura, A
      Neuroanatomical effects of capsaicin on the primary afferent neurons

      ARCHIVES OF HISTOLOGY AND CYTOLOGY
    12. Rodd, HD; Boissonade, FM
      Substance P expression in human tooth pulp in relation to caries and pain experience

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ORAL SCIENCES
    13. Bartold, PM; Walsh, LJ; Narayanan, S
      Molecular and cell biology of the gingiva

      PERIODONTOLOGY 2000
    14. 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
    15. Campos, MM; Calixto, JB
      Neurokinin mediation of edema and inflammation

      NEUROPEPTIDES
    16. Veraksits, A; Bileviciute-Ljungar, I; Maaroos, J; Vasar, E; Lundeberg, T
      Neuronal mechanisms contribute to corticotropin-releasing factor-induced anti-oedema effect in the rat hind paw

      NEUROPEPTIDES
    17. Joos, GF; Germonpre, PF; Pauwels, RA
      Role of tachykinins in asthma

      ALLERGY
    18. Petruska, JC; Napaporn, J; Johnson, RD; Gu, JGG; Cooper, BY
      Subclassified acutely dissociated cells of rat DRG: Histochemistry and patterns of capsaicin-, proton-, and ATP-activated currents

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    19. Lam, FFY; Yip, ALM
      Unique gradual and sustained vasodilator response to substance P in the rabbit knee joint

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    20. Gupta, P; Butler, P; Shepperson, NB; McHarg, A
      The in vivo pharmacological profile of eletriptan (UK-116,044): a potent and novel 5-HT1B/1D receptor agonist

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    21. Costa, SKP; De Nucci, G; Antunes, E; Brain, SD
      Involvement of vanilloid receptors and purinoceptors in the Phoneutria nigriventer spider venom-induced plasma extravasation in rat skin

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    22. Hikiji, A; Yamamoto, H; Sunakawa, M; Suda, H
      Increased blood flow and nerve firing in the cat canine tooth in response to stimulation of the second premolar pulp

      ARCHIVES OF ORAL BIOLOGY
    23. Shepheard, S; Edvinsson, L; Cumberbatch, M; Williamson, D; Mason, G; Webb, J; Boyce, S; Hill, R; Hargreaves, R
      Possible antimigraine mechanisms of action of the 5HT(1F) receptor agonistLY334370

      CEPHALALGIA
    24. Razzaque, Z; Heald, MA; Pickard, JD; Maskell, L; Beer, MS; Hill, RG; Longmore, J
      Vasoconstriction in human isolated middle meningeal arteries: determining the contribution of 5-HT1B- and 5-HT1F-receptor activation

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    25. Habler, HJ; Timmermann, L; Stegmann, JU; Janig, W
      Involvement of neurokinins in antidromic vasodilatation in hairy and hairless skin of the rat hindlimb

      NEUROSCIENCE
    26. 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
    27. Kress, M; Guthmann, C; Averbeck, B; Reeh, PW
      Calcitonin gene-related peptide and prostaglandin E-2 but not substance P release induced by antidromic nerve stimulation from rat skin in vitro

      NEUROSCIENCE
    28. Kingery, WS; Castellote, JM; Maze, M
      Methylprednisolone prevents the development of autotomy and neuropathic edema in rats, but has no effect on nociceptive thresholds

      PAIN
    29. Kido, MA; Yamaza, T; Goto, T; Tanaka, T
      Immunocytochemical localization of substance P neurokinin-1 receptors in rat gingival tissue

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    30. Alves, RV; Campos, MM; Santos, ARS; Calixto, JB
      Receptor subtypes involved in tachykinin-mediated edema formation

      PEPTIDES
    31. Izumi, H
      Nervous control of blood flow in the orofacial region

      PHARMACOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS
    32. Damas, J; Liegeois, JF
      The inflammatory reaction induced by formalin in the rat paw

      NAUNYN-SCHMIEDEBERGS ARCHIVES OF PHARMACOLOGY
    33. Willis, WD
      Dorsal root potentials and dorsal root reflexes: a double-edged sword

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    34. Mitsikostas, DD; del Rio, MS; Moskowitz, MA; Waeber, C
      Both 5-HT1B and 5-HT1F receptors modulate c-fos expression within rat trigeminal nucleus caudalis

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    35. ROSSI R; JOHANSSON O
      CUTANEOUS INNERVATION AND THE ROLE OF NEURONAL PEPTIDES IN CUTANEOUS INFLAMMATION - A MINIREVIEW

      EJD. European journal of dermatology
    36. SUZUKI T; WADA S; TOMIZAWA N; KAMATA R; SAITO SY; SATO I; SUGAWARA E; TACHIKAWA E; KOBAYASHI H
      A POSSIBLE ROLE OF NITRIC-OXIDE FORMATION IN THE VASODILATATION OF RABBIT EAR ARTERY INDUCED BY A TOPICALLY APPLIED CAPSAICIN ANALOG

      Journal of veterinary medical science
    37. PETERSEN LJ
      MEASUREMENT OF HISTAMINE-RELEASE IN INTACT HUMAN SKIN BY MICRODIALYSIS TECHNIQUE - CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL FINDINGS

      Danish medical bulletin
    38. MICHAUD JC; ALONSO R; GUEUDET C; FOURNIER M; CALASSI R; BRELIERE JC; LEFUR G; SOUBRIE P
      EFFECTS OF SR140333, A SELECTIVE NONPEPTIDE NK1 RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST, ON TRIGEMINO-THALAMIC NOCICEPTIVE PATHWAYS IN THE RAT

      Fundamental and clinical pharmacology
    39. WEISSHAAR E; HEYER G; FORSTER C; HANDWERKER HO
      EFFECT OF TOPICAL CAPSAICIN ON THE CUTANEOUS REACTIONS AND ITCHING TOHISTAMINE IN ATOPIC ECZEMA COMPARED TO HEALTHY SKIN

      Archives of dermatological research
    40. HOLZER P; MAGGI CA
      DISSOCIATION OF DORSAL-ROOT GANGLION NEURONS INTO AFFERENT AND EFFERENT-LIKE NEURONS

      Neuroscience
    41. WEI ET; THOMAS HA; GJERDE EA; REED RK; BUROV SV; KOROLKOV VI; GLYNSKAYA OV; DOROSH MY; VLASOV GP
      DYNORPHIN A(6-12) ANALOGS SUPPRESS THERMAL EDEMA

      Peptides
    42. JOHNSON KW; PHEBUS LA
      A FLUORESCENCE-BASED METHOD FOR ASSESSING DURAL PROTEIN EXTRAVASATIONINDUCED BY TRIGEMINAL GANGLION STIMULATION

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    43. WILLEMS E; DEVRIES P; HEILIGERS JPC; SAXENA PR
      PORCINE CAROTID VASCULAR EFFECTS OF ELETRIPTAN (UK-116,044) - A NEW 5-HT1B 1D RECEPTOR AGONIST WITH ANTIMIGRAINE ACTIVITY/

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    44. Bester, H; Allchorne, AJ; Woolf, CJ
      Recovery of C-fiber-induced extravasation following peripheral nerve injury in the rat

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    45. Messlinger, K; Ebersberger, A; Schaible, HG
      Release of immunoreactive substance P in the brain stem upon stimulation of the cranial dura mater with low pH - inhibition by the serotonin (5-HT1) receptor agonist CP 93,129

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    46. SAKURADA T; SAKURADA C; TANNO K; KISARA K
      NEUROKININ RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS - THERAPEUTIC POTENTIAL IN THE TREATMENT OF PAIN SYNDROMES

      CNS DRUGS
    47. DUBRAY C; ALLOUI A; BARDIN L; ROCK E; MAZUR A; RAYSSIGUIER Y; ESCHALIER A; LAVARENNE J
      MAGNESIUM-DEFICIENCY INDUCES AN HYPERALGESIA REVERSED BY THE NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST MK801

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

      Cephalalgia
    49. PAUWELS PJ
      5-HT1B D RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS

      General pharmacology
    50. 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
    51. BRAIN SD
      SENSORY NEUROPEPTIDES - THEIR ROLE IN INFLAMMATION AND WOUND-HEALING

      Immunopharmacology
    52. FUNDIN BT; BERGMAN E
      ALTERATIONS IN MYSTACIAL PAD INNERVATION IN THE AGED RAT

      Experimental Brain Research
    53. COSTA SKP; DENUCCI G; ANTUNES E; BRAIN SD
      PHONEUTRIA NIGRIVENTER SPIDER VENOM INDUCES EDEMA IN RAT SKIN BY ACTIVATION OF CAPSAICIN-SENSITIVE SENSORY NERVES

      European journal of pharmacology
    54. INOUE H; ASAKA T; NAGATA N; KOSHIHARA Y
      MECHANISM OF MUSTARD OIL-INDUCED SKIN INFLAMMATION IN MICE

      European journal of pharmacology
    55. MESSLINGER K; HOTTA H; PAWLAK M; SCHMIDT RF
      EFFECTS OF THE 5-HT1 RECEPTOR AGONISTS, SUMATRIPTAN AND CP-93,129, ONDURAL ARTERIAL FLOW IN THE RAT

      European journal of pharmacology
    56. PINCELLI C; FANTINI F; GIANNETTI A
      NEUROPEPTIDES, NERVE GROWTH-FACTOR AND THE SKIN

      Pathologie et biologie
    57. CECCHERELLI F; GAGLIARDI G; MATTERAZZO G; VISENTIN R; GIRON G
      THE ROLE OF MANUAL ACUPUNCTURE AND MORPHINE ADMINISTRATION ON THE MODULATION OF CAPSAICIN-INDUCED EDEMA IN RAT PAW - A BLIND CONTROLLED-STUDY

      Acupuncture & electro-therapeutics research
    58. HOLTHUSEN H; ARNDT JO
      THE ROLE OF PAIN FROM VEINS FOR THE FORMATION OF PERIVENOUS EDEMA IN HUMANS

      Pain
    59. PINTER E; SZOLCSANYI J
      SYSTEMIC ANTIINFLAMMATORY EFFECT INDUCED BY ANTIDROMIC STIMULATION OFTHE DORSAL ROOTS IN THE RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    60. TAMURA R; MIZUMURA K; KUMAZAWA T
      COEXISTENCE OF CALCITONIN-GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE-LIKE AND SUBSTANCE P-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN RETROGRADELY LABELED SUPERIOR SPERMATIC NEURONS IN THE DOG

      Neuroscience research
    61. DAMAS J; BOURDON V; LIEGEOIS JF; SIMMONS WH
      INFLUENCE OF SEVERAL PEPTIDASE INHIBITORS ON THE PRO-INFLAMMATORY EFFECTS OF SUBSTANCE-P, CAPSAICIN AND COLLAGENASE

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    62. RUBINO A; BURNSTOCK G
      CAPSAICIN-SENSITIVE SENSORY-MOTOR NEUROTRANSMISSION IN THE PERIPHERALCONTROL OF CARDIOVASCULAR FUNCTION

      Cardiovascular Research
    63. YU XJ; MOSKOWITZ MA
      NEUROPEPTIDE-Y Y-2 RECEPTOR-MEDIATED ATTENUATION OF NEUROGENIC PLASMAEXTRAVASATION ACTING THROUGH PERTUSSIS-TOXIN-SENSITIVE MECHANISMS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    64. BIANCHI M; ROSSONI G; SACERDOTE P; PANERAI AE; BERTI F
      EFFECTS OF CHLOMIPRAMINE AND FLUOXETINE ON SUBCUTANEOUS CARRAGEENAN-INDUCED INFLAMMATION IN THE RAT

      Inflammation research
    65. MAGGI CA
      TACHYKININS AND CALCITONIN-GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE (CGRP) AS COTRANSMITTERS RELEASED FROM PERIPHERAL ENDINGS OF SENSORY NERVES

      Progress in neurobiology
    66. THOMAS HA; WEI ET
      POTENT INHIBITION OF THERMAL EDEMA IN RAT BY DES-TYR-DYNORPHIN-A

      Peptides
    67. LOTTI T; HAUTMANN G; PANCONESI E
      NEUROPEPTIDES IN SKIN

      Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology
    68. SAXENA PR
      SEROTONIN RECEPTORS - SUBTYPES, FUNCTIONAL-RESPONSES AND THERAPEUTIC RELEVANCE

      Pharmacology & therapeutics
    69. BROKAW JJ; WERNER LM; MILLER R; WHITE G
      EFFECT OF DEXAMETHASONE TREATMENT ON THE REGIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF NEUTRAL ENDOPEPTIDASE ACTIVITY IN THE RAT TRACHEA

      Neuropeptides
    70. FRIELING T; STROHMEYER G
      NEUROIMMUNE INTERACTION IN THE GASTROINTE STINAL-TRACT

      Zeitschrift fur Gastroenterologie
    71. VERONESI B; SAILSTAD DM; DOERFLER DL; SELGRADE M
      NEUROPEPTIDE MODULATION OF CHEMICALLY-INDUCED SKIN IRRITATION

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    72. MAGGI CA; GIACHETTI A; DEY RD; SAID SI
      NEUROPEPTIDES AS REGULATORS OF AIRWAY FUNCTION - VASOACTIVE-INTESTINAL-PEPTIDE AND THE TACHYKININS

      Physiological reviews
    73. HEPPELMANN B; MESSLINGER K; NEISS WF; SCHMIDT RF
      FINE SENSORY INNERVATION OF THE KNEE-JOINT CAPSULE BY GROUP-III AND GROUP-IV NERVE-FIBERS IN THE CAT

      Journal of comparative neurology
    74. MANTYH CR; VIGNA SR; BOLLINGER RR; MANTYH PW; MAGGIO JE; PAPPAS TN
      DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF SUBSTANCE-P RECEPTORS IN PATIENTS WITH CROHNS-DISEASE AND ULCERATIVE-COLITIS

      Gastroenterology
    75. ESCOTT KJ; BEATTIE DT; CONNOR HE; BRAIN SD
      THE MODULATION OF THE INCREASE IN RAT FACIAL SKIN BLOOD-FLOW OBSERVEDAFTER TRIGEMINAL GANGLION STIMULATION

      European journal of pharmacology
    76. OHKUBO T; SHIBATA M
      ATP-SENSITIVE K-P RELEASE VIA THE PREJUNCTIONAL HISTAMINE H-3 RECEPTOR( CHANNELS MEDIATE REGULATION OF SUBSTANCE)

      European journal of pharmacology
    77. BEATTIE DT; CONNOR HE
      THE PREJUNCTIONAL AND POSTJUNCTIONAL ACTIVITY OF CP-122,288, A CONFORMATIONALLY RESTRICTED ANALOG OF SUMATRIPTAN

      European journal of pharmacology
    78. BEATTIE DT; CONNOR HE; HAGAN RM
      RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN TACHYKININ NK1 RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS - PROSPECTS FOR THE TREATMENT OF MIGRAINE HEADACHE

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
    79. BRAIN SD; NEWBOLD P; KAJEKAR R
      MODULATION OF THE RELEASE AND ACTIVITY OF NEUROPEPTIDES IN THE MICROCIRCULATION

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
    80. BEATTIE DT; BERESFORD IJM; CONNOR HE; MARSHALL FH; HAWCOCK AB; HAGAN RM; BOWERS J; BIRCH PJ; WARD P
      THE PHARMACOLOGY OF GR203040, A NOVEL, POTENT AND SELECTIVE NONPEPTIDE TACHYKININ NK1 RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    81. KAJEKAR R; GUPTA P; SHEPPERSON NB; BRAIN SD
      EFFECT OF A 5-HT1 RECEPTOR AGONIST, CP-122,288, ON EDEMA FORMATION INDUCED BY STIMULATION OF THE RAT SAPHENOUS NERVE

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    82. 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
    83. DORMEHL IC; OLIVER DW; HUGO N
      CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW EFFECTS OF SUMATRIPTAN IN DRUG-COMBINATIONS IN THE BABOON MODEL

      Arzneimittel-Forschung
    84. SULAKVELIDZE I; MCDONALD DM
      ANTI-EDEMA ACTION OF FORMOTEROL IN RAT TRACHEA DOES NOT DEPEND ON CAPSAICIN-SENSITIVE SENSORY NERVES

      American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine
    85. HUMPHREY PPA; GOADSBY PJ
      THE MODE OF ACTION OF SUMATRIPTAN IS VASCULAR - A DEBATE

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

      Cephalalgia
    87. SCOTT DT; LAM FY; FERRELL WR
      ACUTE JOINT INFLAMMATION - MECHANISMS AND MEDIATORS

      General pharmacology
    88. PORSZASZ R; SZOLCSANYI J
      ANTIDROMIC VASODILATATION IN THE STRIATED-MUSCLE AND ITS SENSITIVITY TO RESINIFERATOXIN IN THE RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    89. VASKO MR; CAMPBELL WB; WAITE KJ
      PROSTAGLANDIN E(2) ENHANCES BRADYKININ-STIMULATED RELEASE OF NEUROPEPTIDES FROM RAT SENSORY NEURONS IN CULTURE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    90. MANTYH PW; ALLEN CJ; ROGERS S; DEMASTER E; GHILARDI JR; MOSCONI T; KRUGER L; MANNON PJ; TAYLOR IL; VIGNA SR
      SOME SENSORY NEURONS EXPRESS NEUROPEPTIDE-Y RECEPTORS - POTENTIAL PARACRINE INHIBITION OF PRIMARY AFFERENT NOCICEPTORS FOLLOWING PERIPHERAL-NERVE INJURY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    91. DUX M; JANCSO G
      A NEW TECHNIQUE FOR THE DIRECT DEMONSTRATION OF OVERLAPPING CUTANEOUSINNERVATION TERRITORIES OF PEPTIDERGIC C-FIBER AFFERENTS OF RAT HINDLIMB NERVES

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    92. PHILIP G; BAROODY FM; PROUD D; NACLERIO RM; TOGIAS AG
      THE HUMAN NASAL RESPONSE TO CAPSAICIN

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    93. HOYER D; CLARKE DE; FOZARD JR; HARTIG PR; MARTIN GR; MYLECHARANE EJ; SAXENA PR; HUMPHREY PPA
      INTERNATIONAL UNION OF PHARMACOLOGY CLASSIFICATION OF RECEPTORS FOR 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE (SEROTONIN)

      Pharmacological reviews
    94. MARTIN GR; HUMPHREY PPA
      RECEPTORS FOR 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE - CURRENT PERSPECTIVES ON CLASSIFICATION AND NOMENCLATURE

      Neuropharmacology
    95. REBECK GW; MAYNARD KI; HYMAN BT; MOSKOWITZ MA
      SELECTIVE 5-HT(1D-ALPHA) SEROTONIN RECEPTOR GENE-EXPRESSION IN TRIGEMINAL GANGLIA - IMPLICATIONS FOR ANTIMIGRAINE DRUG DEVELOPMENT

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    96. BOWDEN JJ; GARLAND AM; BALUK P; LEFEVRE P; GRADY EF; VIGNA SR; BUNNETT NW; MCDONALD DM
      DIRECT OBSERVATION OF SUBSTANCE-P-INDUCED INTERNALIZATION OF NEUROKININ-1 (NK1) RECEPTORS AT SITES OF INFLAMMATION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    97. OSHAUGHNESSY CT; CONNOR HE
      ACTIVATION OF SENSORY NERVES IN GUINEA-PIG ISOLATED BASILAR ARTERY BYNICOTINE - EVIDENCE FOR INHIBITION OF TRIGEMINAL SENSORY NEUROTRANSMISSION BY SUMATRIPTAN

      European journal of pharmacology
    98. BARBER A; BARTOSZYK GD; BENDER HM; GOTTSCHLICH R; GREINER HE; HARTING J; MAULER F; MINCK KO; MURRAY RD; SIMON M; SEYFRIED CA
      A PHARMACOLOGICAL PROFILE OF THE NOVEL, PERIPHERALLY-SELECTIVE KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTOR AGONIST, EMD-61753

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    99. HOLZER P; JOCIC M
      CUTANEOUS VASODILATATION INDUCED BY NITRIC OXIDE-EVOKED STIMULATION OF AFFERENT NERVES IN THE RAT

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    100. WARD JK; FOX AJ; BARNES PJ; BELVISI MG
      INHIBITION OF EXCITATORY NONADRENERGIC NONCHOLINERGIC BRONCHOCONSTRICTION IN GUINEA-PIG AIRWAYS IN-VITRO BY ACTIVATION OF AN ATYPICAL 5-HT RECEPTOR

      British Journal of Pharmacology


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