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    1. Ma, QP; Hill, R; Sirinathsinghji, D
      Colocalization of CGRP with 5-HT1B/1D receptors and substance P in trigeminal ganglion neurons in rats

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Pertovaara, A; Keski-Vakkuri, U; Kalmari, J; Wei, H; Panula, P
      Response properties of neurons in the rostroventromedial medulla of neuropathic rats: Attempted modulation of responses by [1DMe]NPYF, a neuropeptideFF analogue

      NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Edwards, L; Ring, C; McIntyre, D; Carroll, D
      Modulation of the human nociceptive flexion reflex across the cardiac cycle

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    4. Dowman, R
      Attentional set effects on spinal and supraspinal responses to pain

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    5. Tan, ZY; Xiao, H; Mao, X; Wang, CY; Zhao, ZQ; Ji, YH
      The inhibitory effects of BmK IT2, a scorpion neurotoxin on rat nociceptive flexion reflex and a possible mechanism for modulating voltage-gated Na+ channels

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    6. Sandrini, G; Cecchini, AP; Alfonsi, E; Nappi, G
      The effectiveness of nimesulide in pain. A neurophysiological study in humans

      DRUGS OF TODAY
    7. White, PF; Li, ST; Chiu, JW
      Electroanalgesia: Its role in acute and chronic pain management

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    8. 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
    9. Sandrini, G; Antonaci, F; Lanfranchi, S; Milanov, I; Danilov, A; Nappi, G
      Asymmetrical reduction of the nociceptive flexion reflex threshold in cluster headache

      CEPHALALGIA
    10. Petersen-Felix, S; Arendt-Nielsen, L
      Comments on France and Suchowiecki, PAIN 81 (1999) 77-84

      PAIN
    11. France, C; Suchowiecki, S
      Comments on France and Suchowiecki, PAIN 81 (1999) 77-84 - Reply

      PAIN
    12. Andersen, OK; Graven-Nielsen, T; Matre, D; Arendt-Nielsen, L; Schomburg, ED
      Interaction between cutaneous and muscle afferent activity in polysynapticreflex pathways: a human experimental study

      PAIN
    13. Whitwam, JG; Galletly, DC; Ma, D; Chakrabarti, MK
      The effects of propofol on heart rate, arterial pressure and A delta and Csomatosympathetic reflexes in anaesthetized dogs

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIOLOGY
    14. Garcia-Larrea, L; Peyron, R; Mertens, P; Laurent, B; Mauguiere, F; Sindou, M
      Functional imaging and neurophysiological assessment of spinal and brain therapeutic modulation in humans

      ARCHIVES OF MEDICAL RESEARCH
    15. Ellrich, J; Steffens, H; Schomburg, ED
      Neither a general flexor nor a withdrawal pattern of nociceptive reflexes evoked from the human foot

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    16. 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
    17. Kozaki, Y; Tadaki, E; Koeda, T; Kumazawa, T
      Effects of prestimulus respiratory levels on inhibitory respiratory response by nociceptive muscular afferents

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    18. Dowman, R; Schell, S
      Evidence that the anterior cingulate and supplementary somatosensory cortices generate the pain-related negative difference potential

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    19. Willer, JC; Bouhassira, D; Le Bars, D
      Neurophysiological bases of the counterirritation phenomenon: diffuse control inhibitors induced by nociceptive stimulation.

      NEUROPHYSIOLOGIE CLINIQUE-CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    20. Moreland, LW; St Clair, EW
      The use of analgesics in the management of pain in rheumatic diseases

      RHEUMATIC DISEASE CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA
    21. 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
    22. Kovelowski, CJ; Ossipov, MH; Hruby, VJ; Porreca, F
      Lesions of the dorsolateral funiculus block supraspinal opioid delta receptor mediated antinociception in the rat

      PAIN
    23. Guirimand, F; Dupont, X; Bouhassira, D; Brasseur, L; Chauvin, M
      Nefopam strongly depresses the nociceptive flexion (R-III) reflex in humans

      PAIN
    24. Sandrini, G; Milanov, I; Willer, JC; Alfonsi, E; Moglia, A; Nappi, G
      Different effect of high doses of naloxone on spinal reflexes in normal subjects and chronic paraplegic patients

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    25. Dubray, C
      Clinical study of antalgic drugs

      THERAPIE
    26. Desmeules, JA; Oestreicher, MK; Piguet, V; Allaz, AF; Dayer, P
      Contribution of cytochrome P-4502D6 phenotype to the neuromodulatory effects of dextromethorphan

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    27. Julia, V; Su, X; Bueno, L; Gebhart, GF
      Role of neurokinin 3 receptors on responses to colorectal distention in the rat: Electrophysiological and behavioral studies

      GASTROENTEROLOGY
    28. Tsai, CM
      The caudal subnucleus caudalis (medullary dorsal horn) acts as an interneuronal relay site in craniofacial nociceptive reflex activity

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    29. Cheing, GLY; Hui-Chan, CWY
      Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation: Nonparallel antinociceptive effects on chronic clinical pain and acute experimental pain

      ARCHIVES OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION
    30. Pac-Soo, CK; Ma, DQ; Wang, C; Chakrabarti, MK; Whitwam, JG
      Specific actions of halothane, isoflurane, and desflurane on sympathetic activity and A delta and C somatosympathetic reflexes recorded in renal nerves in dogs

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    31. 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
    32. WHITE DM
      CONTRIBUTION OF NEUROTROPHIN-3 TO THE NEUROPEPTIDE Y-INDUCED INCREASEIN NEURITE OUTGROWTH OF RAT DORSAL-ROOT GANGLION-CELLS

      Neuroscience
    33. ZERARI F; KARPITSKIY V; KRAUSE J; DESCARRIES L; COUTURE R
      ASTROGLIAL DISTRIBUTION OF NEUROKININ-2 RECEPTOR IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD

      Neuroscience
    34. FARIS PL; KIM SW; MELLER WH; GOODALE RL; HOFBAUER RD; OAKMAN SA; HOWARD LA; STEVENS ER; ECKERT ED; HARTMAN BK
      EFFECT OF ONDANSETRON, A 5-HT3 RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST, ON THE DYNAMIC ASSOCIATION BETWEEN BULIMIC BEHAVIORS AND PAIN THRESHOLDS

      Pain
    35. DANZIGER N; FOURNIER E; BOUHASSIRA D; MICHAUD D; DEBROUCKER T; SANTARCANGELO E; CARLI G; CHERTOCK L; WILLER JC
      DIFFERENT STRATEGIES OF MODULATION CAN BE OPERATIVE DURING HYPNOTIC ANALGESIA - A NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDY

      Pain
    36. HAMMOND DL; NELSON V; THOMAS DA
      INTRATHECAL METHYSERGIDE ANTAGONIZES THE ANTINOCICEPTION, BUT NOT THEHYPERALGESIA PRODUCED BY MICROINJECTION OF BACLOFEN IN THE VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA OF THE RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    37. BARANAUSKAS G; NISTRI A
      SENSITIZATION OF PAIN PATHWAYS IN THE SPINAL-CORD - CELLULAR MECHANISMS

      Progress in neurobiology
    38. 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
    39. LUCAS GA; XU XJ; WIESENFELDHALLIN Z
      ON THE ROLE OF CHOLECYSTOKININ IN THE MEDIATION OF SPINAL REFLEX EXCITABILITY IN INTACT AND AXOTOMIZED RATS

      Neuropeptides
    40. Guo, JZ; Yoshioka, K; Otsuka, M
      Effects of a tachykinin NK3 receptor antagonist, SR 142801, studied in isolated neonatal rat spinal cord

      NEUROPEPTIDES
    41. FUJIBAYASHI K; KUBOTA K; SAITO K
      EFFECTS OF R-84760, A SELECTIVE KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTOR AGONIST, ON NOCICEPTIVE REFLEX IN ISOLATED NEONATAL RAT SPINAL-CORD

      European journal of pharmacology
    42. PETERSENFELIX S; LUGINBUHL M; SCHNIDER TW; CURATOLO M; ARENDTNIELSEN L; ZBINDEN AM
      COMPARISON OF THE ANALGESIC POTENCY OF XENON AND NITROUS-OXIDE IN HUMANS EVALUATED BY EXPERIMENTAL PAIN

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    43. WHITE DM; COUSINS MJ
      EFFECT OF SUBCUTANEOUS ADMINISTRATION OF CALCIUM-CHANNEL BLOCKERS ON NERVE INJURY-INDUCED HYPERALGESIA

      Brain research
    44. ANAND KS; PHIL D; GRUNAU RE; OBERLANDER TF
      DEVELOPMENTAL CHARACTER AND LONG-TERM CONSEQUENCES OF PAIN IN INFANTSAND CHILDREN

      Child and adolescent psychiatric clinics of North America
    45. ZERARI F; KARPITSKIY V; KRAUSE J; DESCARRIES L; COUTURE R
      IMMUNOELECTRON MICROSCOPIC LOCALIZATION OF NK-3 RECEPTOR IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD

      NeuroReport
    46. 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
    47. FRANCK LS; MIASKOWSKI C
      MEASUREMENT OF NEONATAL RESPONSES TO PAINFUL STIMULI - A RESEARCH REVIEW

      Journal of pain and symptom management
    48. PAGE GD; FRANCE CR
      OBJECTIVE EVIDENCE OF DECREASED PAIN PERCEPTION IN NORMOTENSIVES AT RISK FOR HYPERTENSION

      Pain
    49. DANILOV AB; TUTER NV
      REFLEX SYMPATHETIC DYSTROPHY

      Zurnal nevropatologii i psihiatrii im. S.S. Korsakova
    50. LONGMORE J; HILL RG; HARGREAVES RJ
      NEUROKININ-RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS - PHARMACOLOGICAL TOOLS AND THERAPEUTIC DRUGS

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
    51. WILLINGALE HL; GARDINER NJ; MCLYMONT N; GIBLETT S; GRUBB BD
      PROSTANOIDS SYNTHESIZED BY CYCLOOXYGENASE ISOFORMS IN RAT SPINAL-CORDAND THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEURONAL HYPEREXCITABILITY

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    52. MASUYAMA T; SHIMIZU T
      ANTINOCICEPTIVE INVOLVEMENT OF SUBSTANCE-P IN THE SPINAL-CORD OF MICE- DOSE EFFECTS OF SUBSTANCE-P ON THE BEHAVIOR ELICITED BY INTRATHECALLY ADMINISTERED NMDA

      Brain research
    53. WHITE DM
      INTRATHECAL NEUROPEPTIDE-Y EXACERBATES NERVE INJURY-INDUCED MECHANICAL HYPERALGESIA

      Brain research
    54. ARCHER DP; EWEN A; FROELICH J; ROTH SH; SAMANANI N
      THIOPENTONE INDUCED ENHANCEMENT OF SOMATIC MOTOR-RESPONSES TO NOXIOUS-STIMULATION - INFLUENCE OF GABA(A) RECEPTOR MODULATION

      Canadian journal of anaesthesia
    55. 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
    56. ANDERSEN OK; FELSBY S; NICOLAISEN L; BJERRING P; JENSEN TS; ARENDTNIELSEN L
      THE EFFECT OF KETAMINE ON STIMULATION OF PRIMARY AND SECONDARY HYPERALGESIC AREAS INDUCED BY CAPSAICIN - A DOUBLE-BLIND, PLACEBO-CONTROLLED, HUMAN EXPERIMENTAL-STUDY

      Pain
    57. WHITE DM; MANSFIELD K; KELLEHER K
      INCREASED NEURITE OUTGROWTH OF CULTURED RAT DORSAL-ROOT GANGLION-CELLS FOLLOWING TRANSECTION OR INHIBITION OF AXONAL-TRANSPORT OF THE SCIATIC-NERVE

      Neuroscience letters
    58. DOWMAN R
      EFFECTS OF INTERSTIMULUS-INTERVAL ON SCALP TOPOGRAPHIES EVOKED BY NOXIOUS SURAL NERVE-STIMULATION

      Psychophysiology
    59. HAMALAINEN MM; KAUPPILA T; TAIRA T; PERTOVAARA A
      A NONINVASIVE METHOD FOR STUDYING QUANTITATIVELY HEAT-EVOKED NOCIFENSIVE HINDLIMB WITHDRAWAL REFLEXES IN LIGHTLY ANESTHETIZED RATS

      Physiology & behavior
    60. HARTELL NA; HEADLEY PM
      NMDA-RECEPTOR CONTRIBUTION TO SPINAL NOCICEPTIVE REFLEXES - INFLUENCEOF STIMULUS PARAMETERS AND OF PREPARATORY SURGERY

      Neuropharmacology
    61. BUSTAMANTE D; PAEILE C; WILLER JC; LEBARS D
      EFFECTS OF INTRAVENOUS NONSTEROIDAL ANTIINFLAMMATORY DRUGS ON A C-FIBER REFLEX ELICITED BY A WIDE-RANGE OF STIMULUS INTENSITIES IN THE RAT

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    62. LOUVEL D; DELVAUX M; FELEZ A; FIORAMONTI J; BUENO L; LAZORTHES Y; FREXINOS J
      OXYTOCIN INCREASES THRESHOLDS OF COLONIC VISCERAL PERCEPTION IN PATIENTS WITH IRRITABLE-BOWEL-SYNDROME

      Gut
    63. PETERSENFELIX S; ARENDTNIELSEN L; BAK P; FISCHER M; ZBINDEN AM
      PSYCHOPHYSICAL AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO EXPERIMENTAL PAIN MAY BE INFLUENCED BY SEDATION - COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF A HYPNOTIC (PROPOFOL) AND AN ANALGESIC (ALFENTANIL)

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    64. DANZIGER N; REMY P; PIDOUX B; DORMONT D; SAMSON Y; FOURNIER E; WALL PD; WILLER JC
      A CLINICAL AND NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDY OF A PATIENT WITH AN EXTENSIVE TRANSECTION OF THE SPINAL-CORD SPARING ONLY A PART OF ONE ANTEROLATERAL QUADRANT

      Brain
    65. BANNWARTH B; DEMOTESMAINARD F; SCHAEVERBEKE T; LABAT L; DEHAIS J
      CENTRAL ANALGESIC EFFECTS OF ASPIRIN-LIKE DRUGS

      Fundamental and clinical pharmacology
    66. PAN HL; BONHAM AC; LONGHURST JC
      ROLE OF SPINAL NK1 RECEPTORS IN CARDIOVASCULAR-RESPONSES TO CHEMICAL-STIMULATION OF THE GALLBLADDER

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    67. PEYRON R; GARCIALARREA L; DEIBER MP; CINOTTI L; CONVERS P; SINDOU M; MAUGUIERE F; LAURENT B
      ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION OF PRECENTRAL CORTICAL AREA IN THE TREATMENT OF CENTRAL PAIN - ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND PET STUDY

      Pain
    68. DOUGHERTY PM; PALECEK J; PALECKOVA D; WILLIS WD
      INFUSION OF SUBSTANCE-P OR NEUROKININ-A BY MICRODIALYSIS ALTERS RESPONSES OF PRIMATE SPINOTHALAMIC TRACT NEURONS TO CUTANEOUS STIMULI AND TO IONTOPHORETICALLY RELEASED EXCITATORY AMINO-ACIDS

      Pain
    69. LABRECQUE G; VANIER MC
      BIOLOGICAL RHYTHMS IN PAIN AND IN THE EFFECTS OF OPIOID ANALGESICS

      Pharmacology & therapeutics
    70. 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
    71. KAR S; QUIRION R
      NEUROPEPTIDE RECEPTORS IN DEVELOPING AND ADULT-RAT SPINAL-CORD - AN IN-VITRO QUANTITATIVE AUTORADIOGRAPHY STUDY OF CALCITONIN-GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE, NEUROKININS, MU-OPIOID, GALANIN, SOMATOSTATIN, NEUROTENSIN AND VASOACTIVE INTESTINAL POLYPEPTIDE RECEPTORS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    72. CUMBERBATCH MJ; CHIZH BA; HEADLEY PM
      MODULATION OF EXCITATORY AMINO-ACID RESPONSES BY TACHYKININS AND SELECTIVE TACHYKININ RECEPTOR AGONISTS IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    73. LEUNG CG; MASON P
      EFFECTS OF ISOFLURANE CONCENTRATION ON THE ACTIVITY OF PONTOMEDULLARYRAPHE AND MEDIAL RETICULAR NEURONS IN THE RAT

      Brain research
    74. LEROUX A; BELANGER M; BOUCHER JP
      PAIN EFFECT ON MONOSYNAPTIC AND POLYSYNAPTIC REFLEX INHIBITION

      Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation
    75. ARCHER DP; FROELICH J; MCHUGH M; PAPPIUS HM
      LOCAL CEREBRAL GLUCOSE-UTILIZATION IN STIMULATED RATS SEDATED WITH THIOPENTAL

      Anesthesiology
    76. GUIEU R; SAMPIERI F; POUGET J; GUY B; ROCHAT H
      ADENOSINE IN PAINFUL LEGS AND MOVING TOES SYNDROME

      Clinical neuropharmacology
    77. CLELAND CL; LIM FY; GEBHART GF
      PENTOBARBITAL PREVENTS THE DEVELOPMENT OF C-FIBER-INDUCED HYPERALGESIA IN THE RAT

      Pain
    78. ANDREWS K; FITZGERALD M
      THE CUTANEOUS WITHDRAWAL REFLEX IN HUMAN NEONATES - SENSITIZATION, RECEPTIVE-FIELDS, AND THE EFFECTS OF CONTRALATERAL STIMULATION

      Pain
    79. REGOLI D; BOUDON A; FAUCHERE JL
      RECEPTORS AND ANTAGONISTS FOR SUBSTANCE-P AND RELATED PEPTIDES

      Pharmacological reviews
    80. ANTONACI F; SANDRINI G; DANILOV A; SAND T
      NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES IN CHRONIC PAROXYSMAL HEMICRANIA AND HEMICRANIA CONTINUA

      Headache
    81. LEPRE M; OLPE HR; EVANS RH; BRUGGER F
      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE SPINAL TACHYKININ NK2 RECEPTOR

      European journal of pharmacology
    82. PETERSENFELIX S; ARENDTNIELSEN L; BAK P; BJERRING P; BREIVIK H; SVENSSON P; ZBINDEN AM
      ONDANSETRON DOES NOT INHIBIT THE ANALGESIC EFFECT OF ALFENTANIL

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    83. THORN SA; HERRERO JF; HEADLEY PM
      STIMULUS-INTENSITY AND THE COMPARATIVE EFFICACY OF MU-OPIOID AND KAPPA-OPIOID AGONISTS ON NOCICEPTIVE SPINAL REFLEXES IN THE RAT

      Brain research
    84. BUSTAMANTE D; PAEILE C
      KETOROLAC TROMETHAMINE - AN EXPERIMENTAL-STUDY OF ITS ANALGESIC EFFECTS IN THE RAT

      General pharmacology
    85. GARCIALARREA L; CHARLES N; SINDOU M; MAUGUIERE F
      FLEXION REFLEXES FOLLOWING ANTEROLATERAL CORDOTOMY IN MAN - DISSOCIATION BETWEEN PAIN SENSATION AND NOCICEPTIVE REFLEX RIII

      Pain
    86. REES H; ROBERTS MHT
      THE ANTERIOR PRETECTAL NUCLEUS - A PROPOSED ROLE IN SENSORY PROCESSING

      Pain
    87. HENRY JL
      PARTICIPATION OF SUBSTANCE-P IN SPINAL PHYSIOLOGICAL-RESPONSES TO PERIPHERAL AVERSIVE-STIMULATION

      Regulatory peptides
    88. WIESENFELDHALLIN Z; XU XJ
      THE DIFFERENTIAL ROLES OF SUBSTANCE-P AND NEUROKININ-A IN SPINAL-CORDHYPEREXCITABILITY AND NEUROGENIC INFLAMMATION

      Regulatory peptides
    89. PARKER RMC; FLEETWOODWALKER SM; ROSIE R; MUNRO FE; MITCHELL R
      INHIBITION BY NK2 BUT NOT NK1 ANTAGONISTS OF CARRAGEENAN-INDUCED PREPRODYNORPHIN MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION IN RAT DORSAL HORN LAMINA-I NEURONS

      Neuropeptides
    90. URQUHART E
      CENTRAL ANALGESIC ACTIVITY OF NONSTEROIDAL ANTIINFLAMMATORY DRUGS IN ANIMAL AND HUMAN PAIN MODELS

      Seminars in arthritis and rheumatism
    91. DOWMAN R
      A NONINVASIVE STRATEGY FOR IDENTIFYING AND QUANTIFYING INNOCUOUS AND NOCICEPTIVE PERIPHERAL AFFERENT ACTIVITY EVOKED BY NERVE-STIMULATION

      Physiology & behavior
    92. BARTFAI T; LANGEL U; BEDECS K; ANDELL S; LAND T; GREGERSEN S; AHREN B; GIROTTI P; CONSOLO S; CORWIN R; CRAWLEY J; XU XJ; WIESENFELDHALLIN Z; HOKFELT T
      GALANIN-RECEPTOR LIGAND M40 PEPTIDE DISTINGUISHES BETWEEN PUTATIVE GALANIN-RECEPTOR SUBTYPES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    93. SANDRINI G; RUIZ L; CAPARARO M; DANILOV A; BERETTA A; NAPPI G
      EFFECTS OF DOTHIEPIN ON NOCICEPTIVE FLEXION REFLEX AND DIFFUSE NOXIOUS INHIBITORY CONTROLS IN HUMANS

      European journal of pharmacology


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