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    1. Willis, WD; Zhang, X; Honda, CN; Giesler, GJ
      Projections from the marginal zone and deep dorsal horn to the ventrobasalnuclei of the primate thalamus

      PAIN
    2. Lefaucheur, JP; Debray, S; Jarry, G
      Laser evoked potentials using the Nd : YAG laser

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    3. Timmermann, L; Ploner, M; Haucke, K; Schmitz, F; Baltissen, R; Schnitzler, A
      Differential coding of pain intensity in the human primary and secondary somatosensory cortex

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    4. Khasabov, SG; Cain, DM; Thong, D; Mantyh, PW; Simone, DA
      Enhanced responses of spinal dorsal horn neurons to heat and cold stimuli following mild freeze injury to the skin

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    5. Hofbauer, RK; Rainville, P; Duncan, GH; Bushnell, MC
      Cortical representation of the sensory dimension of pain

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    6. Peyron, R; Laurent, B; Garcia-Larrea, L
      Functional imaging of brain responses to pain. A review and meta-analysis (2000)

      NEUROPHYSIOLOGIE CLINIQUE-CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    7. Schnitzler, A; Ploner, M
      Neurophysiology and functional neuroanatomy of pain perception

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    8. Kanda, M; Nagamine, T; Ikeda, A; Ohara, S; Kunieda, T; Fujiwara, N; Yazawa, S; Sawamoto, N; Matsumoto, R; Taki, W; Shibasaki, H
      Primary somatosensory cortex is actively involved in pain processing in human

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    9. Ingvar, M
      Pain and functional imaging

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    10. Baron, R; Baron, Y; Disbrow, E; Roberts, TPL
      Brain processing of capsaicin-induced secondary hyperalgesia - A functional MRI study

      NEUROLOGY
    11. Casey, KL
      Forebrain mechanisms of nociception and pain: Analysis through imaging

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    12. Bushnell, MC; Duncan, GH; Hofbauer, RK; Ha, B; Chen, JI; Carrier, B
      Pain perception: Is there a role for primary somatosensory cortex?

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    13. LENZ FA; RIOS M; CHAU D; KRAUSS GL; ZIRH TA; LESSER RP
      PAINFUL STIMULI EVOKE POTENTIALS RECORDED FROM THE PARASYLVIAN CORTEXIN HUMANS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    14. DYKES RW; CRAIG AD
      CONTROL OF SIZE AND EXCITABILITY OF MECHANOSENSORY RECEPTIVE-FIELDS IN DORSAL COLUMN NUCLEI BY HOMOLATERAL DORSAL HORN NEURONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    15. BROMM B; LORENZ J
      NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF PAIN

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    16. BELMONTE C; GARCIAHIRSCHFELD J; GALLAR J
      NEUROBIOLOGY OF OCULAR PAIN

      Progress in retinal and eye research
    17. WILLIS WD; WESTLUND KN
      NEUROANATOMY OF THE PAIN SYSTEM AND OF THE PATHWAYS THAT MODULATE PAIN

      Journal of clinical neurophysiology
    18. SVENSSON P; MINOSHIMA S; BEYDOUN A; MORROW TJ; CASEY KL
      CEREBRAL PROCESSING OF ACUTE SKIN AND MUSCLE PAIN IN HUMANS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    19. BRUGGEMANN J; SHI T; APKARIAN AV
      VISCEROSOMATIC NEURONS IN THE PRIMARY SOMATOSENSORY CORTEX (SI) OF THE SQUIRREL-MONKEY

      Brain research
    20. DONG WK; HAYASHI T; ROBERTS VJ; FUSCO BM; CHUDLER EH
      BEHAVIORAL OUTCOME OF POSTERIOR PARIETAL CORTEX INJURY IN THE MONKEY

      Pain
    21. ZASLANSKY R; SPRECHER E; KATZ Y; ROZENBERG B; HEMLI JA; YARNITSKY D
      PAIN-EVOKED POTENTIALS - WHAT DO THEY REALLY MEASURE

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    22. DOWMAN R
      NEGATIVE DIFFERENCE POTENTIAL ISOLATES SCALP POTENTIALS GENERATED BY ACTIVITY IN SUPRASPINAL NOCICEPTIVE PATHWAYS

      Psychophysiology
    23. DAVIS KD; WOOD ML; CRAWLEY AP; MIKULIS DJ
      FMRI OF HUMAN SOMATOSENSORY AND CINGULATE CORTEX DURING PAINFUL ELECTRICAL NERVE-STIMULATION

      NeuroReport
    24. HSIEH JC; BELFRAGE M; STONEELANDER S; HANSSON P; INGVAR M
      CENTRAL REPRESENTATION OF CHRONIC ONGOING NEUROPATHIC PAIN STUDIED POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY

      Pain
    25. XU XP; KANDA M; SHINDO K; FUJIWARA N; NAGAMINE T; IKEDA A; HONDA M; TACHIBANA N; BARRETT G; KAJI R; KIMURA J; SHIBASAKI H
      PAIN-RELATED SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS FOLLOWING CO2-LASER STIMULATION OF FOOT IN MAN

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    26. WELSH EM; NOLAN AM
      REPEATED INTRADERMAL INJECTION OF LOW-DOSE CARRAGEENAN INDUCES TACHYPHYLAXIS TO EVOKED HYPERALGESIA

      Pain
    27. COGHILL RC; TALBOT JD; EVANS AC; MEYER E; GJEDDE A; BUSHNELL MC; DUNCAN GH
      DISTRIBUTED-PROCESSING OF PAIN AND VIBRATION BY THE HUMAN BRAIN

      The Journal of neuroscience
    28. DONG WK; CHUDLER EH; SUGIYAMA K; ROBERTS VJ; HAYASHI T
      SOMATOSENSORY, MULTISENSORY, AND TASK-RELATED NEURONS IN CORTICAL AREA 7B (PF) OF UNANESTHETIZED MONKEYS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    29. IWATA K; TSUBOI Y; YAGI J; KITAJIMA K; SUMINO R
      MORPHOLOGY OF PRIMARY SOMATOSENSORY CORTICAL-NEURONS RECEIVING INPUT FROM THE TOOTH-PULP

      Journal of neurophysiology
    30. HUTCHISON WD; LUHN MAB; SCHMIDT RF
      RESPONSES OF LATERAL THALAMIC NEURONS TO ALGESIC CHEMICAL-STIMULATIONOF THE CAT KNEE-JOINT

      Experimental Brain Research
    31. HUTCHISON WD; LUHN MAB; SCHMIDT RF
      RESPONSES OF LATERAL THALAMIC NEURONS TO ALGESIC CHEMICAL-STIMULATIONOF THE CAT KNEE-JOINT

      Experimental Brain Research
    32. ARENDTNIELSEN L
      CHARACTERISTICS, DETECTION, AND MODULATION OF LASER-EVOKED VERTEX POTENTIALS

      Acta anaesthesiologica Scandinavica
    33. GUILBAUD G; BENOIST JM; CONDESLARA M; GAUTRON M
      FURTHER EVIDENCE FOR THE INVOLVEMENT OF SMI CORTICAL-NEURONS IN NOCICEPTION - THEIR RESPONSIVENESS AT 24 HR AFTER CARRAGEENAN-INDUCED HYPERALGESIC INFLAMMATION IN THE RAT

      Somatosensory & motor research
    34. COGHILL RC; MAYER DJ; PRICE DD
      THE ROLES OF SPATIAL RECRUITMENT AND DISCHARGE FREQUENCY IN SPINAL-CORD CODING OF PAIN - A COMBINED ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND IMAGING INVESTIGATION

      Pain
    35. TAN PPC; SHYR MH; YANG CH; KUO TBJ; PAN WHT; CHAN SHH
      POWER SPECTRAL-ANALYSIS OF THE ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC AND HEMODYNAMIC CORRELATES OF PROPOFOL ANESTHESIA IN THE RAT - INTRAVENOUS-INFUSION

      Neuroscience letters
    36. SHYR MH; YANG CH; KUO TBJ; PAN WHT; TAN PPC; CHAN SHH
      POWER SPECTRAL-ANALYSIS OF THE ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC AND HEMODYNAMIC CORRELATES OF PROPOFOL ANESTHESIA IN THE RAT - INTRAVENOUS BOLUS ADMINISTRATION

      Neuroscience letters
    37. CHUDLER EH; SUGIYAMA K; DONG WK
      NOCICEPTIVE RESPONSES IN THE NEOSTRIATUM AND GLOBUS-PALLIDUS OF THE ANESTHETIZED RAT

      Journal of neurophysiology
    38. STEVENS RT; LONDON SM; APKARIAN AV
      SPINOTHALAMOCORTICAL PROJECTIONS TO THE SECONDARY SOMATOSENSORY CORTEX (SII) IN SQUIRREL-MONKEY

      Brain research
    39. KALLIOMAKI J; WENG HR; NILSSON HJ; SCHOUENBORG J
      NOCICEPTIVE C-FIBER INPUT TO THE PRIMARY SOMATOSENSORY CORTEX (SI) - A FIELD POTENTIAL STUDY IN THE RAT

      Brain research
    40. TSUBOI Y; IWATA K; MURAMATSU H; YAGI J; INOMATA Y; SUMINO R
      RESPONSE PROPERTIES OF PRIMARY SOMATOSENSORY CORTICAL-NEURONS RESPONSIVE TO COLD STIMULATION OF THE FACIAL SKIN AND ORAL MUCOUS-MEMBRANE

      Brain research


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