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    1. Bereiter, DA
      Sex differences in brainstem neural activation after injury to the TMJ region

      CELLS TISSUES ORGANS
    2. Johanek, LM; Heitmiller, DR; Turner, M; Nader, N; Hodges, J; Simone, DA
      Cannabinoids attenuate capsaicin-evoked hyperalgesia through spinal and peripheral mechanisms

      PAIN
    3. Kwon, YB; Kang, MS; Han, HJ; Beitz, AJ; Lee, JH
      Visceral antinociception produced by bee venom stimulation of the Zhongwanacupuncture point in mice: role of alpha(2) adrenoceptors

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    4. Pertwee, RG
      Cannabinoid receptors and pain

      PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    5. Bereiter, DA; Bereiter, DF
      Morphine and NMDA receptor antagonism reduce c-fos expression in spinal trigeminal nucleus produced by acute injury to the TMJ region

      PAIN
    6. Byers, MR; Chudler, EH; Iadarola, MJ
      Chronic tooth pulp inflammation causes transient and persistent expressionof Fos in dynorphin-rich regions of rat brainstem

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    7. Kovelowski, CJ; Ossipov, MH; Hruby, VJ; Porreca, F
      Lesions of the dorsolateral funiculus block supraspinal opioid delta receptor mediated antinociception in the rat

      PAIN
    8. Huang, W; Simpson, RK
      Intrathecal treatment with MK-801 suppresses thermal nociceptive responsesand prevents c-fos immunoreactivity induced in rat lumbar spinal cord neurons

      NEUROLOGICAL RESEARCH
    9. Hoskin, KL; Zagami, AS; Goadsby, PJ
      Stimulation of the middle meningeal artery leads to Fos expression in the trigeminocervical nucleus: a comparative study of monkey and cat

      JOURNAL OF ANATOMY
    10. Sawamura, S; Fujinaga, M; Kingery, WS; Belanger, N; Davies, MF; Maze, M
      Opioidergic and adrenergic modulation of formalin-evoked spinal c-fos mRNAexpression and nocifensive behavior in the rat

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    11. HARRIS JA
      USING C-FOS AS A NEURAL MARKER OF PAIN

      Brain research bulletin
    12. Rodella, L; Rezzani, R; Gioia, M; Tredici, G; Bianchi, R
      Expression of Fos immunoreactivity in the rat supraspinal regions following noxious visceral stimulation

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    13. HAMMOND DL; WANG HL; NAKASHIMA N; BASBAUM AI
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF INTRATHECALLY ADMINISTERED DELTA-OPIOID AND MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR AGONISTS ON FORMALIN-EVOKED NOCICEPTION AND ON THE EXPRESSION OF FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE SPINAL-CORD OF THE RAT

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    14. MARTINEZ V; WANG LX; MAYER E; TACHE Y
      PROXIMAL COLON DISTENSION INCREASES FOS EXPRESSION IN THE LUMBOSACRALSPINAL-CORD AND ACTIVATES SACRAL PARASYMPATHETIC NADPHD-POSITIVE NEURONS IN RATS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    15. TAYLOR J; MELLSTROM B; FERNAUD I; NARANJO JR
      METAMIZOL POTENTIATES MORPHINE EFFECTS ON VISCERAL PAIN AND EVOKED C-FOS IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN SPINAL-CORD

      European journal of pharmacology
    16. Le Guen, S; Catheline, G; Besson, JM
      Development of tolerance to the antinociceptive effect of systemic morphine at the lumbar spinal cord level: a c-Fos study in the rat

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    17. CUTRER FM; LIMMROTH V; MOSKOWITZ MA
      POSSIBLE MECHANISMS OF VALPROATE IN MIGRAINE PROPHYLAXIS

      Cephalalgia
    18. YI DK; BARR GA
      FORMALIN-INDUCED C-FOS EXPRESSION IN THE SPINAL-CORD OF FETAL RATS

      Pain
    19. INGVARDSEN BK; LAURSEN H; OLSEN UB; HANSEN AJ
      POSSIBLE MECHANISM OF C-FOS EXPRESSION IN TRIGEMINAL NUCLEUS CAUDALISFOLLOWING CORTICAL SPREADING DEPRESSION

      Pain
    20. ABBADIE C; TAYLOR BK; PETERSON MA; BASBAUM AI
      DIFFERENTIAL CONTRIBUTION OF THE 2 PHASES OF THE FORMALIN TEST TO THEPATTERN OF C-FOS EXPRESSION IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD - STUDIES WITH REMIFENTANIL AND LIDOCAINE

      Pain
    21. YANG LC; MARSALA M; ORENDACOVA J; YAKSH TL
      KNEE-JOINT INFLAMMATION ATTENUATES SPINAL FOS EXPRESSION AFTER UNILATERAL PAW FORMALIN INJECTION IN RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    22. GESTREAU C; BIANCHI AL; GRELOT L
      DIFFERENTIAL BRAIN-STEM FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY AFTER LARYNGEAL-INDUCED COUGHING AND ITS REDUCTION BY CODEINE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    23. HONG JH; CHIANG CS; SUN JR; WITHERS HR; MCBRIDE WH
      INDUCTION OF C-FOS AND JUNB MESSENGER-RNA FOLLOWING IN-VIVO BRAIN IRRADIATION

      Molecular brain research
    24. HONORE P; BURITOVA J; FOURNIEZALUSKI MC; ROQUES BP; BESSON JM
      ANTINOCICEPTIVE EFFECTS OF RB101, A COMPLETE INHIBITOR OF ENKEPHALIN-CATABOLIZING ENZYMES, ARE ENHANCED BY A CHOLECYSTOKININ TYPE-B RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST, AS REVEALED BY NOXIOUSLY EVOKED SPINAL C-FOS EXPRESSION IN RATS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    25. BESTER H; MATSUMOTO N; BESSON JM; BERNARD JF
      FURTHER EVIDENCE FOR THE INVOLVEMENT OF THE SPINOPARABRACHIAL PATHWAYIN NOCICEPTIVE PROCESSES - A C-FOS STUDY IN THE RAT

      Journal of comparative neurology
    26. DELANDER GE; SCHOTT E; BRODIN E; FREDHOLM BB
      SPINAL EXPRESSION OF MESSENGER-RNA FOR IMMEDIATE-EARLY GENES IN A MODEL OF CHRONIC PAIN

      Acta Physiologica Scandinavica
    27. TRAUB RJ; SENGUPTA JN; GEBHART GF
      DIFFERENTIAL C-FOS EXPRESSION IN THE NUCLEUS OF THE SOLITARY TRACT AND SPINAL-CORD FOLLOWING NOXIOUS GASTRIC DISTENSION IN THE RAT

      Neuroscience
    28. LEE JW; ERSKINE MS
      VAGINOCERVICAL STIMULATION SUPPRESSES THE EXPRESSION OF C-FOS INDUCEDBY MATING IN THORACIC, LUMBAR AND SACRAL SEGMENTS OF THE FEMALE RAT

      Neuroscience
    29. SCHULIGOI R; HERZEG G; WACHTER C; JOCIC M; HOLZER P
      DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF C-FOS MESSENGER-RNA IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORDAFTER MUCOSAL AND SEROSAL IRRITATION OF THE STOMACH

      Neuroscience
    30. GOGAS KR; CHO HJ; BOTCHKINA GI; LEVINE JD; BASBAUM AI
      INHIBITION OF NOXIOUS STIMULUS-EVOKED PAIN BEHAVIORS AND NEURONAL FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE SPINAL-CORD OF THE RAT BY SUPRASPINAL MORPHINE

      Pain
    31. SANDKUHLER J
      THE ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTION OF ENDOGENOUS ANTINOCICEPTIVE SYSTEMS

      Progress in neurobiology
    32. RIZVI TA; MURPHY AZ; ENNIS M; BEHBEHANI MM; SHIPLEY MT
      MEDIAL PREOPTIC AREA AFFERENTS TO PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY MEDULLO-OUTPUT NEURONS - A COMBINED FOS AND TRACT TRACING STUDY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    33. GOGAS KR; LEVINE JD; BASBAUM AI
      DIFFERENTIAL CONTRIBUTION OF DESCENDING CONTROLS TO THE ANTINOCICEPTIVE ACTIONS OF KAPPA-OPIOID AND MU-OPIOID, AN ANALYSIS OF FORMALIN-EVOKED C-FOS EXPRESSION

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    34. 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
    35. WU WT
      POTENTIAL ROLES OF GENE-EXPRESSION CHANGE IN ADULT-RAT SPINAL MOTONEURONS FOLLOWING AXONAL INJURY - A COMPARISON AMONG C-JUN, LOW-AFFINITY NERVE GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR (LNGFR), AND NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE (NOS)

      Experimental neurology
    36. SALL JM; MOREHEAD M; MURPHY S; GOLDMAN H; WALKER PD
      ALTERATIONS IN CNS GENE-EXPRESSION IN A RODENT MODEL OF MODERATE TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY COMPLICATED BY ACUTE ALCOHOL-INTOXICATION

      Experimental neurology
    37. YI DK; BARR GA
      THE SUPPRESSION OF FORMALIN-INDUCED FOS EXPRESSION BY DIFFERENT ANESTHETIC AGENTS IN THE INFANT RAT

      Developmental psychobiology
    38. HONORE P; BURITOVA J; BESSON JM
      INTRAPLANTAR MORPHINE DEPRESSES SPINAL C-FOS EXPRESSION INDUCED BY CARRAGEENAN INFLAMMATION BUT NOT BY NOXIOUS HEAT

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    39. HONORE P; BURITOVA J; BESSON JM
      THE EFFECTS OF MORPHINE ON CARRAGEENAN-INDUCED SPINAL C-FOS EXPRESSION ARE COMPLETELY BLOCKED BY BETA-FUNALTREXAMINE, A SELECTIVE MU-OPIOIDRECEPTOR ANTAGONIST

      Brain research
    40. HARRIS JA; WESTBROOK RF; DUFFIELD TQ; BENTIVOGLIO M
      FOS EXPRESSION IN THE SPINAL-CORD IS SUPPRESSED IN RATS DISPLAYING CONDITIONED HYPOALGESIA

      Behavioral neuroscience
    41. CHAPMAN V; HONORE P; BURITOVA J; BESSON JM
      CHOLECYSTOKININ-B RECEPTOR ANTAGONISM ENHANCES THE ABILITY OF A LOW-DOSE OF MORPHINE TO REDUCE C-FOS EXPRESSION IN THE SPINAL-CORD OF THE RAT

      Neuroscience
    42. KANJHAN R
      OPIOIDS AND PAIN

      Clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology
    43. HONORE P; BURITOVA J; BESSON JM
      ASPIRIN AND ACETAMINOPHEN REDUCED BOTH FOS EXPRESSION IN RAT LUMBAR SPINAL-CORD AND INFLAMMATORY SIGNS PRODUCED BY CARRAGEENAN INFLAMMATION

      Pain
    44. YI DK; BARR GA
      THE INDUCTION OF FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY BY NOXIOUS THERMAL, MECHANICAL AND CHEMICAL STIMULI IN THE LUMBAR SPINAL-CORD OF INFANT RATS

      Pain
    45. HOL EM; GISPEN WH; BAR PR
      ACTH-RELATED PEPTIDES - RECEPTORS AND SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION SYSTEMS INVOLVED IN THEIR NEUROTROPHIC AND NEUROPROTECTIVE ACTIONS

      Peptides
    46. DRAGUNOW M; PRESTON K
      THE ROLE OF INDUCIBLE TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS IN APOPTOTIC NERVE-CELL DEATH

      Brain research reviews
    47. VOS BP; STRASSMAN AM
      FOS EXPRESSION IN THE MEDULLARY DORSAL HORN OF THE RAT AFTER CHRONIC CONSTRICTION INJURY TO THE INFRAORBITAL NERVE

      Journal of comparative neurology
    48. HONORE P; BURITOVA J; BESSON JM
      CARRAGEENAN-EVOKED C-FOS EXPRESSION IN RAT LUMBAR SPINAL-CORD - THE EFFECTS OF INDOMETHACIN

      European journal of pharmacology
    49. HONORE P; CHAPMAN V; BURITOVA J; BESSON JM
      WHEN IS THE MAXIMAL EFFECT OF PRE-ADMINISTERED SYSTEMIC MORPHINE ON CARRAGEENAN EVOKED SPINAL C-FOS EXPRESSION IN THE RAT

      Brain research
    50. TRAUB RJ; STITT S; GEBHART GF
      ATTENUATION OF C-FOS EXPRESSION IN THE RAT LUMBOSACRAL SPINAL-CORD BYMORPHINE OR TRAMADOL FOLLOWING NOXIOUS COLORECTAL DISTENSION

      Brain research
    51. TASSORELLI C; JOSEPH SA
      SYSTEMIC NITROGLYCERIN INDUCES FOS IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN BRAIN-STEM ANDFOREBRAIN STRUCTURES OF THE RAT

      Brain research
    52. EBERSBERGER A; ANTON F; TOLLE TR; ZIEGLGANSBERGER W
      MORPHINE, 5-HT2 AND 5-HT3 RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS REDUCE C-FOS EXPRESSION IN THE TRIGEMINAL NUCLEAR-COMPLEX FOLLOWING NOXIOUS CHEMICAL-STIMULATION OF THE RAT NASAL-MUCOSA

      Brain research
    53. PLANTINGA LC; VERHAAGEN J; WONG SL; EDWARDS PM; BAR PR; GISPEN WH
      THE NEUROTROPHIC PEPTIDE ORG-2766 DOES NOT INFLUENCE THE EXPRESSION OF THE IMMEDIATE-EARLY GENE C-FOS FOLLOWING SCIATIC-NERVE CRUSH IN THE RAT

      International journal of developmental neuroscience
    54. YING SX; CHENG JS
      EFFECTS OF ELECTROACUPUNCTURE ON C-FOS EXPRESSION IN GERBIL HIPPOCAMPUS DURING TRANSIENT GLOBAL-ISCHEMIA

      Acupuncture & electro-therapeutics research
    55. ABBADIE C; HONORE P; BESSON JM
      INTENSE COLD NOXIOUS-STIMULATION OF THE RAT HINDPAW INDUCES C-FOS EXPRESSION IN LUMBAR SPINAL-CORD NEURONS

      Neuroscience
    56. JASMIN L; GOGAS KR; AHLGREN SC; LEVINE JD; BASBAUM AI
      WALKING EVOKES A DISTINCTIVE PATTERN OF FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE CAUDAL BRAIN-STEM AND SPINAL-CORD OF THE RAT

      Neuroscience
    57. ABBADIE C; BESSON JM
      CHRONIC TREATMENTS WITH ASPIRIN OR ACETAMINOPHEN REDUCE BOTH THE DEVELOPMENT OF POLYARTHRITIS AND FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN RAT LUMBAR SPINAL-CORD

      Pain
    58. MORGAN MM; GOGAS KR; BASBAUM AI
      DIFFUSE NOXIOUS INHIBITORY CONTROLS REDUCE THE EXPRESSION OF NOXIOUS STIMULUS-EVOKED FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE SUPERFICIAL AND DEEP LAMINAE OF THE RAT SPINAL-CORD

      Pain
    59. TOLLE TR; SCHADRACK J; CASTROLOPES JM; EVAN G; ROQUES BP; ZIEGLGANSBERGER W
      EFFECTS OF KELATORPHAN AND MORPHINE BEFORE AND AFTER NOXIOUS-STIMULATION ON IMMEDIATE-EARLY GENE-EXPRESSION IN RAT SPINAL-CORD NEURONS

      Pain
    60. WU WT; LI YF; SCHINCO FP
      EXPRESSION OF C-JUN AND NEURONAL NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE IN RAT SPINAL MOTONEURONS FOLLOWING AXONAL INJURY

      Neuroscience letters
    61. ABBADIE C; BESSON JM; CALVINO B
      C-FOS EXPRESSION IN THE SPINAL-CORD AND PAIN-RELATED SYMPTOMS INDUCEDBY CHRONIC ARTHRITIS IN THE RAT ARE PREVENTED BY PRETREATMENT WITH FREUND ADJUVANT

      The Journal of neuroscience
    62. SHARP FR; SAGAR SM
      ALTERATIONS IN GENE-EXPRESSION AS AN INDEX OF NEURONAL INJURY - HEAT-SHOCK AND THE IMMEDIATE-EARLY GENE RESPONSE

      Neurotoxicology
    63. EVANS AR; JONES SL; BLAIR RW
      EFFECTS OF VAGAL AFFERENT NERVE-STIMULATION ON NOXIOUS HEAT-EVOKED FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE RAT LUMBAR SPINAL-CORD

      Journal of comparative neurology
    64. ABBADIE C; HONORE P; FOURNIEZALUSKI MC; ROQUES BP; BESSON JM
      EFFECTS OF OPIOIDS AND NON-OPIOIDS ON C-FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY INDUCED IN RAT LUMBAR SPINAL-CORD NEURONS BY NOXIOUS HEAT STIMULATION

      European journal of pharmacology
    65. KRUKOFF TL
      EXPRESSION OF C-FOS IN STUDIES OF CENTRAL AUTONOMIC AND SENSORY SYSTEMS

      Molecular neurobiology
    66. PORRO CA; CAVAZZUTI M
      SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL ASPECTS OF SPINAL-CORD AND BRAIN-STEM ACTIVATIONIN THE FORMALIN PAIN MODEL

      Progress in neurobiology
    67. CHI SI; LEVINE JD; BASBAUM AI
      PERIPHERAL AND CENTRAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE PERSISTENT EXPRESSION OF SPINAL-CORD FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY PRODUCED BY SCIATIC-NERVE TRANSECTION IN THE RAT

      Brain research


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