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    1. Wang, QP; Guan, JL; Shioda, S
      Immunoelectron microscopic study of beta-endorphinergic synaptic innervation of GABAergic neurons in the dorsal raphe nucleus

      SYNAPSE
    2. Bago, M; Dean, C
      Sympathoinhibition from ventrolateral periaqueductal gray mediated by 5-HT1A receptors in the RVLM

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Clausen, TR; Moller, M; Woldbye, DPD
      Inhibitory effect of neuropeptide Y on morphine withdrawal is accompanied by reduced c-fos expression in specific brain regions

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    4. Li, L; Cao, YX; Xue, H; Li, P; Zhu, DN
      Nitric oxide in vPAG mediates the depressor response to acupuncture in stress-induced hypertensive rats

      ACUPUNCTURE & ELECTRO-THERAPEUTICS RESEARCH
    5. Tortorici, V; Morgan, MM; Vanegas, H
      Tolerance to repeated microinjection of morphine into the periaqueductal gray is associated with changes in the behavior of off- and on-cells in the rostral ventromedial medulla of rats

      PAIN
    6. Silveira, MCL; Zangrossi, H; Viana, MD; Silveira, R; Graeff, FG
      Differential expression of Fos protein in the rat brain induced by performance of avoidance or escape in the elevated T-maze

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    7. Roy, S; Wang, JH; Balasubramanian, S; Sumandeep; Charboneau, R; Barke, R; Loh, HH
      Role of hypothalamic-pituitary axis in morphine-induced alteration in thymic cell distribution using mu-opioid receptor knockout mice

      JOURNAL OF NEUROIMMUNOLOGY
    8. Blanchard, C; Blanchard, R; Fellous, JM; Guimaraes, FS; Irwin, W; LeDoux, JE; McGaugh, JL; Rosen, JB; Schenberg, LC; Volchan, E; Da Cunha, C
      The brain decade in debate: III. Neurobiology of emotion

      BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    9. Andreatini, R; Blanchard, C; Blanchard, R; Brandao, ML; Carobrez, AP; Griebel, G; Guimaraes, FS; Handley, SL; Jenck, F; Leite, JR; Rodgers, J; Schenberg, LC; Da Cunha, C; Graeff, FG
      The brain decade in debate: II. Panic or anxiety? From animal models to a neurobiological basis

      BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    10. Schioth, HB
      The physiological role of melanocortin receptors

      VITAMINS AND HORMONES - ADVANCES IN RESEARCH AND APPLICATIONS, VOL 63
    11. Palazzo, E; Marabese, I; de Novellis, V; Oliva, P; Rossi, F; Berrino, L; Rossi, F; Maione, S
      Metabotropic and NMDA glutamate receptors participate in the cannabinoid-induced antinociception

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    12. Cano, G; Sved, AF; Rinaman, L; Rabin, BS; Card, JP
      Characterization of the central nervous system innervation of the rat spleen using viral transneuronal tracing

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    13. Welch, KMA; Nagesh, V; Aurora, SK; Gelman, N
      Periaqueductal gray matter dysfunction in migraine: Cause or the burden ofillness?

      HEADACHE
    14. Omori, N; Ishimoto, T; Mutoh, F; Chiba, S
      Kindling of the midbrain periaqueductal gray in rats

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    15. Abrahamson, EE; Moore, RY
      The posterior hypothalamic area: chemoarchitecture and afferent connections

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    16. Ter Horst, GJ
      Transneuronal retrograde dual viral labelling of central autonomic circuitry: possibilities and pitfalls

      AUTONOMIC NEUROSCIENCE-BASIC & CLINICAL
    17. Narita, M; Mizoguchi, H; Narita, M; Dun, NJ; Hwang, BH; Endoh, T; Suzuki, T; Nagase, H; Suzuki, T; Tseng, LF
      G protein activation by endomorphins in the mouse periaqueductal gray matter

      JOURNAL OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE
    18. Weinbroum, AA; Weisenberg, M; Rudick, V; Geller, E; Niv, D
      Flumazenil potentiation of postoperative morphine analgesia

      CLINICAL JOURNAL OF PAIN
    19. Bader, JP; Hell, D
      Psychic pain as a symptom of depression: Phenomenology and neurobiology

      FORTSCHRITTE DER NEUROLOGIE PSYCHIATRIE
    20. Lovick, TA; Parry, DM; Stezhka, VV; Lumb, BM
      Serotonergic transmission in the periaqueductal gray matter in relation toaversive behaviour: Morphological evidence for direct modulatory effects on identified output neurons

      NEUROSCIENCE
    21. Silva, E; Hernandez, L; Contreras, Q; Guerrero, F; Alba, G
      Noxious stimulation increases glutamate and arginine in the periaqueductalgray matter in rats: a microdialysis study

      PAIN
    22. Maione, S; Oliva, P; Marabese, I; Palazzo, E; Rossi, F; Berrino, L; Rossi, F; Filippelli, A
      Periaqueductal gray matter metabotropic glutamate receptors modulate formalin-induced nociception

      PAIN
    23. Lee, BH; Park, SH; Won, R; Park, YG; Sohn, JH
      Antiallodynic effects produced by stimulation of the periaqueductal gray matter in a rat model of neuropathic pain

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    24. Gomez-Flores, R; Weber, RJ
      Differential effects of buprenorphine and morphine on immune and neuroendocrine functions following acute administration in the rat mesencephalon periaqueductal gray

      IMMUNOPHARMACOLOGY
    25. Coimbra, NC; Osaki, MY; Eichenberger, GCD; Ciscato, JG; Juca, CEB; Biojone, CR
      Effects of opioid receptor blockade on defensive behavior elicited by electrical stimulation of the aversive substrates of the inferior colliculus inRattus norvegicus (Rodentia, Muridae)

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    26. Klodzinska, A; Chojnacka-Wojcik, E
      Anticonflict effect of the glycine(B) receptor partial agonist, D-cycloserine, in rats. Pharmacological analysis

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    27. Gomez-Flores, R; Weber, RJ
      Inhibition of interleukin-2 production and downregulation of IL-2 and transferrin receptors on rat splenic lymphocytes following PAG morphine administration: A role in natural killer and T cell suppression

      JOURNAL OF INTERFERON AND CYTOKINE RESEARCH
    28. Eaton, MJ; Plunkett, JA; Martinez, MA; Lopez, T; Karmally, S; Cejas, P; Whittemore, SR
      Transplants of neuronal cells bioengineered to synthesize GABA alleviate chronic neuropathic pain

      CELL TRANSPLANTATION
    29. Sanchez-Blazquez, P; Rodriguez-Diaz, M; Frejo, MT; Garzon, J
      Stimulation of mu- and delta-opioid receptors enhances phosphoinositide metabolism in mouse spinal cord: evidence for subtypes of delta-receptors

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    30. Sanchez, C; Mork, A
      N-ethoxycarbonyl-2-ethoxy-1,2-dihydroquinoline studies on the role of 5-HT1A and 5-HT2 receptors in mediating foot-shock-induced ultrasonic vocalisation in adult rats

      EUROPEAN NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    31. Terasawa, M; Nakahara, T; Tsukada, N; Sugawara, A; Itokawa, Y
      The relationship between thiamine deficiency and performance of a learningtask in rats

      METABOLIC BRAIN DISEASE
    32. Monassi, CR; Leite-Panissi, CRA; Menescal-De-Oliveira, L
      Ventrolateral periaqueductal gray matter and the control of tonic immobility

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    33. Nakai, M; Maeda, M
      Scopolamine-sensitive and resistant components of increase in cerebral cortical blood flow elicited by periaqueductal gray matter of rats

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    34. Brandao, ML; Anseloni, VZ; Pandossio, JE; De Araujo, JE; Castilho, VM
      Neurochemical mechanisms of the defensive behavior in the dorsal midbrain

      NEUROSCIENCE AND BIOBEHAVIORAL REVIEWS
    35. Gustafsson, H; Afrah, A; Brodin, E; Stiller, CO
      Pharmacological characterization of morphine-induced in vivo release of cholecystokinin in rat dorsal horn: Effects of ion channel blockers

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    36. Hallbeck, M; Hermanson, O; Blomqvist, A
      Distribution of preprovasopressin mRNA in the rat central nervous system

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    37. Canteras, NS; Goto, M
      Connections of the precommissural nucleus

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    38. Eaton, MJ; Plunkett, JA; Karmally, S; Martinez, MA; Montanez, K
      Changes in GAD- and GABA- immunoreactivity in the spinal dorsal horn afterperipheral nerve injury and promotion of recovery by lumbar transplant of immortalized serotonergic precursors

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL NEUROANATOMY
    39. WANG QP; OCHIAI H; GUAN JL; NAKAI Y
      ULTRASTRUCTURAL-LOCALIZATION OF MU-1 OPIOID RECEPTOR IN THE DORSAL RAPHE NUCLEUS OF THE RAT

      Synapse
    40. Maione, S; Marabese, I; Leyva, J; Palazzo, E; de Novellis, V; Rossi, F
      Characterisation of mGluRs which modulate nociception in the PAG of the mouse

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    41. RODRIGUEZDIAZ M; GARZON J; SANCHEZBLAZQUEZ P
      THE DELTA(2)-OPIOID RECEPTOR SUBTYPE STIMULATES PHOSPHOINOSITIDE METABOLISM IN MOUSE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY-MATTER

      Life sciences
    42. FARKAS E; JANSEN ASP; LOEWY AD
      PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY-MATTER INPUT TO CARDIAC-RELATED SYMPATHETIC PREMOTOR NEURONS

      Brain research
    43. SMITH JE; JANSEN ASP; GILBEY MP; LOEWY AD
      CNS CELL GROUPS PROJECTING TO SYMPATHETIC OUTFLOW OF TAIL ARTERY - NEURAL CIRCUITS INVOLVED IN HEAT-LOSS IN THE RAT

      Brain research
    44. JANSEN ASP; FARKAS E; MACSAMS J; LOEWY AD
      LOCAL CONNECTIONS BETWEEN THE COLUMNS OF THE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY-MATTER - A CASE FOR INTRINSIC NEUROMODULATION

      Brain research
    45. GIOIA M; TREDICI G; BIANCHI R
      DENDRITIC ARBORIZATION AND SPICES OF THE NEURONS OF THE CAT AND HUMANPERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY - A LIGHT, CONFOCAL LASER-SCANNING, AND ELECTRON-MICROSCOPE STUDY

      The Anatomical record
    46. STORK O; WELZL H; CREMER H; SCHACHNER M
      INCREASED INTERMALE AGGRESSION AND NEUROENDOCRINE RESPONSE IN MICE DEFICIENT FOR THE NEURAL CELL-ADHESION MOLECULE (NCAM)

      European journal of neuroscience
    47. WANG QP; OCHIAI H; GUAN JL; NAKAI Y
      ULTRASTRUCTURAL-LOCALIZATION OF DELTA-1 OPIOID RECEPTOR IN THE DORSALRAPHE NUCLEUS OF THE RAT

      Synapse
    48. SAKAKIBARA R; HATTORI T; YASUDA K; YAMANISHI T; TOJO M; MORI M
      MICTURITIONAL DISTURBANCE IN WERNICKES ENCEPHALOPATHY

      Neurourol. urodyn.
    49. HAMALAINEN MM; LOVICK TA
      INVOLVEMENT OF NITRIC-OXIDE AND SEROTONIN IN MODULATION OF ANTINOCICEPTION AND PRESSOR-RESPONSES EVOKED BY STIMULATION IN THE DORSOLATERAL REGION OF THE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY-MATTER IN THE RAT

      Neuroscience
    50. GEAR RW; MIASKOWSKI C; HELLER PH; PAUL SM; GORDON NC; LEVINE JD
      BENZODIAZEPINE MEDIATED ANTAGONISM OF OPIOID ANALGESIA

      Pain
    51. GRAEFF FG; VIANA MB; MORA PO
      DUAL ROLE OF 5-HT IN DEFENSE AND ANXIETY

      Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
    52. MALDONADO R
      PARTICIPATION OF NORADRENERGIC PATHWAYS IN THE EXPRESSION OF OPIATE WITHDRAWAL - BIOCHEMICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL EVIDENCE

      Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
    53. KUMAR K; TOTH C; NATH RK
      DEEP BRAIN-STIMULATION FOR INTRACTABLE PAIN - A 15-YEAR EXPERIENCE

      Neurosurgery
    54. MONASSI CR; HOFFMANN A; MENESCALDEOLIVEIRA L
      INVOLVEMENT OF THE CHOLINERGIC SYSTEM AND PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY-MATTER IN THE MODULATION OF TONIC IMMOBILITY IN THE GUINEA-PIG

      Physiology & behavior
    55. ALVARO JD; TATRO JB; DUMAN RS
      MELANOCORTINS AND OPIATE ADDICTION

      Life sciences
    56. STILLER CO; GUSTAFSSON H; FRIED K; BRODIN E
      OPIOID-INDUCED RELEASE OF NEUROTENSIN IN THE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY-MATTER OF FREELY MOVING RATS

      Brain research
    57. FARKAS E; JANSEN ASP; LOEWY AD
      PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY-MATTER PROJECTION TO VAGAL PREGANGLIONIC NEURONS AND THE NUCLEUS-TRACTUS-SOLITARIUS

      Brain research
    58. ELIAS CF; BITTENCOURT JC
      STUDY OF THE ORIGINS OF MELANIN-CONCENTRATING HORMONE AND NEUROPEPTIDE EI IMMUNOREACTIVE PROJECTIONS TO THE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY-MATTER

      Brain research
    59. YAKSH TL
      PHARMACOLOGY AND MECHANISMS OF OPIOID ANALGESIC ACTIVITY

      Acta anaesthesiologica Scandinavica
    60. CHRISTIE MJ; WILLIAMS JT; OSBORNE PB; BELLCHAMBERS CE
      WHERE IS THE LOCUS IN OPIOID WITHDRAWAL

      Trends in pharmacological sciences
    61. MONGEAU R; MARSDEN CA
      EFFECT OF IMIPRAMINE TREATMENTS ON THE 5-HT1A-RECEPTOR-MEDIATED INHIBITION OF PANIC-LIKE BEHAVIORS IN RATS

      Psychopharmacology
    62. FLOYD NS; KEAY KA; BANDLER R
      A CALBINDIN IMMUNOREACTIVE DEEP PAIN RECIPIENT THALAMIC NUCLEUS IN THE RAT

      NeuroReport
    63. DAVIS PJ; ZHANG SP; WINKWORTH A; BANDLER R
      NEURAL CONTROL OF VOCALIZATION - RESPIRATORY AND EMOTIONAL INFLUENCES

      Journal of voice
    64. LOVICK TA
      ROLE OF NITRIC-OXIDE IN MEDULLARY RAPHE-EVOKED INHIBITION OF NEURONAL-ACTIVITY IN THE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY-MATTER

      Neuroscience
    65. STILLER CO; BERGQUIST J; BECK O; EKMAN R; BRODIN E
      LOCAL-ADMINISTRATION OF MORPHINE DECREASES THE EXTRACELLULAR LEVEL OFGABA IN THE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY-MATTER OF FREELY MOVING RATS

      Neuroscience letters
    66. BASSO MA; EVINGER C
      AN EXPLANATION FOR REFLEX BLINK HYPEREXCITABILITY IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE .2. NUCLEUS RAPHE MAGNUS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    67. ALVARO JD; TATRO JB; QUILLAN JM; FOGLIANO M; EISENHARD M; LERNER MR; NESTLER EJ; DUMAN RS
      MORPHINE DOWN-REGULATES MELANOCORTIN-4 RECEPTOR EXPRESSION IN BRAIN-REGIONS THAT MEDIATE OPIATE ADDICTION

      Molecular pharmacology
    68. CLEMENT CI; KEAY KA; OWLER BK; BANDLER R
      COMMON PATTERNS OF INCREASED AND DECREASED FOS EXPRESSION IN MIDBRAINAND PONS EVOKED BY NOXIOUS DEEP SOMATIC AND NOXIOUS VISCERAL MANIPULATIONS IN THE RAT

      Journal of comparative neurology
    69. COIMBRA NC; EICHENBERGER GCD; GORCHINSKI RT; MAISONNETTE S
      EFFECTS OF THE BLOCKADE OF OPIOID RECEPTOR ON DEFENSIVE REACTIONS ELICITED BY ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION WITHIN THE DEEP LAYERS OF THE SUPERIORCOLLICULUS AND DPAG

      Brain research
    70. XIA Y; WIKBERG JES; CHHAJLANI V
      EXPRESSION OF MELANOCORTIN-1 RECEPTOR IN PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY-MATTER

      NeuroReport
    71. CANLI T; DONEGAN NH
      CONDITIONED DIMINUTION OF THE UNCONDITIONED RESPONSE IN RABBIT EYEBLINK CONDITIONING - IDENTIFYING NEURAL SUBSTRATES IN THE CEREBELLUM AND BRAIN-STEM

      Behavioral neuroscience
    72. SCHENBERG LC; LOVICK TA
      ATTENUATION OF THE MIDBRAIN-EVOKED DEFENSE REACTION BY SELECTIVE STIMULATION OF MEDULLARY RAPHE NEURONS IN RATS

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    73. RAOS VC; SAVAKI HE
      FUNCTIONAL-ANATOMY OF THE THALAMIC RETICULAR NUCLEUS AS REVEALED WITHTHE [C-14] DEOXYGLUCOSE METHOD FOLLOWING ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION AND ELECTROLYTIC LESION

      Neuroscience
    74. MONTAGNECLAVEL J; OLIVERAS JL; MARTIN G
      SINGLE-UNIT RECORDINGS AT DORSAL RAPHE NUCLEUS IN THE AWAKE-ANESTHETIZED RAT - SPONTANEOUS ACTIVITY AND RESPONSES TO CUTANEOUS INNOCUOUS AND NOXIOUS STIMULATIONS

      Pain
    75. MALDONADO R; VALVERDE O; GARBAY C; ROGUES BP
      PROTEIN-KINASES IN THE LOCUS-COERULEUS AND PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY-MATTERARE INVOLVED IN THE EXPRESSION OF OPIATE WITHDRAWAL

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    76. GERLACH I; THIER P
      BRAIN-STEM AFFERENTS TO THE LATERAL MESENCEPHALIC TEGMENTAL REGION OFTHE CAT

      Journal of comparative neurology
    77. LEYVA J; MAIONE S; PALLOTTA M; BERRINO L; ROSSI F
      METABOTROPIC AND IONOTROPIC GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS MEDIATE OPPOSITE EFFECTS ON PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY-MATTER

      European journal of pharmacology
    78. STILLER CO; LINDEROTH B; OCONNOR WT; FRANCK J; FALKENBERG T; UNGERSTEDT U; BRODIN E
      REPEATED SPINAL-CORD STIMULATION DECREASES THE EXTRACELLULAR LEVEL OFGAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC-ACID IN THE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY-MATTER OF FREELY MOVING RATS

      Brain research
    79. WANG W; SCHOENEN J
      REDUCTION OF TEMPORALIS EXTEROCEPTIVE SUPPRESSION BY PERIPHERAL ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION IN MIGRAINE AND TENSION-TYPE HEADACHES

      Pain
    80. TORTORICI V; VANEGAS H
      PUTATIVE ROLE OF MEDULLARY OFF-CELLS AND ON-CELLS IN THE ANTINOCICEPTION PRODUCED BY DIPYRONE (METAMIZOL) ADMINISTERED SYSTEMICALLY OR MICROINJECTED INTO PAG

      Pain
    81. SEMENENKA FM; LUMB BM; LOVICK TA
      PROJECTIONS FROM NUCLEUS RAPHE OBSCURUS TO THE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY-MATTER IN THE RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    82. MAIONE S; BERRINO L; PIZZIRUSSO A; LEYVA J; STELLA L; ROSSI F
      EVIDENCE THAT ARCAINE INCREASES THE N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE-INDUCED CARDIOVASCULAR EFFECTS INTO THE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY AREA OF ANESTHETIZED RATS

      Neuroscience letters
    83. MONASSI CR; HOFFMANN A; MENESCALDEOLIVEIRA L
      PARTICIPATION OF THE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY-MATTER IN THE MODULATION OF TONIC IMMOBILITY IN THE GUINEA-PIG

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    84. SILVEIRA MCL; GRAEFF FG; SANDNER G
      REGIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE RAT-BRAIN AFTER EXPOSURE TO FEAR-INDUCING STIMULI

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    85. MAIONE S; BERRINO L; PIZZIRUSSO A; LEYVA J; FILIPPELLI A; VITAGLIANO S; ROSSI F
      EFFECTS OF THE POLYAMINE SPERMIDINE ON NMDA-INDUCED ARTERIAL-HYPERTENSION IN FREELY MOVING RATS

      Neuropharmacology
    86. GRAYBIEL AM; ILLING RB
      ENKEPHALIN-POSITIVE AND ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE-POSITIVE PATCH SYSTEMS IN THE SUPERIOR COLLICULUS HAVE MATCHING DISTRIBUTIONS BUT DISTINCT DEVELOPMENTAL HISTORIES

      Journal of comparative neurology
    87. SCHOENEN J; WANG W; GERARD P
      MODULATION OF TEMPORALIS MUSCLE EXTEROCEPTIVE SUPPRESSION BY LIMB STIMULI IN NORMAL MAN

      Brain research
    88. SANCHEZ C
      EFFECT OF SEROTONERGIC DRUGS ON FOOTSHOCK-INDUCED ULTRASONIC VOCALIZATION IN ADULT MALE-RATS

      Behavioural pharmacology
    89. REES H; ROBERTS MHT
      THE ANTERIOR PRETECTAL NUCLEUS - A PROPOSED ROLE IN SENSORY PROCESSING

      Pain
    90. GERRITS PO; CROON DH; HOLSTEGE G
      A NEW SUBDIVISION OF THE RAT MIDBRAIN PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY BASED ON ITS MYELOARCHITECTURE

      Neuroscience letters
    91. SANDNER G; OBERLING P; SILVEIRA MC; DISCALA G; ROCHA B; BAGRI A; DEPOORTERE R
      WHAT BRAIN STRUCTURES ARE ACTIVE DURING EMOTIONS - EFFECTS OF BRAIN-STIMULATION ELICITED AVERSION ON C-FOS IMMUNOREACTIVITY AND BEHAVIOR

      Behavioural brain research
    92. LOVICK TA
      THE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY ROSTRAL MEDULLA CONNECTION IN THE DEFENSE REACTION - EFFERENT PATHWAYS AND DESCENDING CONTROL MECHANISMS

      Behavioural brain research
    93. WANG WH; LOVICK TA
      THE INHIBITORY EFFECT OF THE VENTROLATERAL PERIQUEDUCTAL GRAY-MATTER ON NEURONS IN THE ROSTRAL VENTROLATERAL MEDULLA INVOLVES A RELAY IN THE MEDULLARY RAPHE NUCLEI

      Experimental Brain Research
    94. KIEFEL JM; ROSSI GC; BODNAR RJ
      MEDULLARY MU AND DELTA-OPIOID RECEPTORS MODULATE MESENCEPHALIC MORPHINE ANALGESIA IN RATS

      Brain research
    95. ROSSI GC; PASTERNAK GW; BODNAR RJ
      SYNERGISTIC BRAIN-STEM INTERACTIONS FOR MORPHINE ANALGESIA

      Brain research
    96. SCHENBERG LC; VASQUEZ EC; DACOSTA MB
      CARDIAC BAROREFLEX DYNAMICS DURING THE DEFENSE REACTION IN FREELY MOVING RATS

      Brain research
    97. KOYAMA N; YOKOTA T
      ASCENDING INHIBITION OF NOCICEPTIVE NEURONS IN THE NUCLEUS VENTRALIS POSTEROLATERALIS FOLLOWING CONDITIONING STIMULATION OF THE NUCLEUS RAPHE MAGNUS

      Brain research
    98. LINDEROTH B; STILLER CO; OCONNOR WT; HAMMARSTROM G; UNGERSTEDT U; BRODIN E
      AN ANIMAL-MODEL FOR THE STUDY OF BRAIN TRANSMITTER RELEASE IN RESPONSE TO SPINAL-CORD STIMULATION IN THE AWAKE, FREELY MOVING RAT - PRELIMINARY-RESULTS FROM THE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY-MATTER

      Acta neurochirurgica


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