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    1. Fundytus, ME
      Glutamate receptors and nociception - Implications for the drug treatment of pain

      CNS DRUGS
    2. Oliveira, MA; Prado, WA
      Role of PAG in the antinociception evoked from the medial or central amygdala in rats

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    3. 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
    4. Jiang, MR; Behbehani, MM
      Physiological characteristics of the projection pathway from the medial preoptic to the nucleus raphe magnus of the rat and its modulation by the periaqueductal gray

      PAIN
    5. Vanderah, TW; Ossipov, MH; Lai, J; Malan, TP; Porreca, F
      Mechanisms of opioid-induced pain and antinociceptive tolerance: descending facilitation and spinal dynorphin

      PAIN
    6. Heinricher, MM; Schouten, JC; Jobst, EE
      Activation of brainstem N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors is required for theanalgesic actions of morphine given systemically

      PAIN
    7. Ackley, MA; Hurley, RW; Virnich, DE; Hammond, DL
      A cellular mechanism for the antinociceptive effect of a kappa opioid receptor agonist

      PAIN
    8. 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
    9. Yang, ZL; Zhang, YQ; Wu, GC
      Distinct effect of orphanin FQ in nucleus raphe magnus and nucleus reticularis gigantocellularis on the rat tail flick reflex

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    10. Hurley, RW; Hammond, DL
      Contribution of endogenous enkephalins to the enhanced analgesic effects of supraspinal mu opioid receptor agonists after inflammatory injury

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    11. Bester, H; De Felipe, C; Hunt, SP
      The NK1 receptor is essential for the full expression of noxious inhibitory controls in the mouse

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    12. Porreca, F; Burgess, SE; Gardell, LR; Vanderah, TW; Malan, TP; Ossipov, MH; Lappi, DA; Lai, J
      Inhibition of neuropathic pain by selective ablation of brainstem medullary cells expressing the mu-opioid receptor

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    13. Mogil, JS; Pasternak, GW
      The molecular and behavioral pharmacology of the orphanin FQ/nociceptin peptide and receptor family

      PHARMACOLOGICAL REVIEWS
    14. Miao, FJP; Janig, W; Jasmin, L; Levine, JD
      Spino-bulbo-spinal pathway mediating vagal modulation of nociceptive-neuroendocrine control of inflammation in the rat

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    15. Gao, K; Mason, P
      Physiological and anatomic evidence for functional subclasses of serotonergic raphe magnus cells

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    16. McRoberts, JA; Coutinho, SV; Marvizon, JCG; Grady, EF; Tognetto, M; Sengupta, JN; Ennes, HS; Chaban, VV; Amadesi, S; Creminon, C; Lanthorn, T; Geppetti, P; Bunnett, NW; Mayer, EA
      Role of peripheral N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptors in visceral nociception in rats

      GASTROENTEROLOGY
    17. Coutinho, SV; Urban, MO; Gebhart, GF
      The role of CNSNMDA receptors and nitric oxide in visceral hyperalgesia

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    18. Saiepour, MH; Semnanian, S; Fathollahi, Y
      Occurrence of morphine tolerance and dependence in the nucleus paragigantocellularis neurons

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    19. Mihaly, E; Legradi, G; Fekete, C; Lechan, RA
      Efferent projections of ProTRH neurons in the ventrolateral periaqueductalgray

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    20. Gao, K; Mason, P
      The discharge of a subset of serotonergic raphe magnus cells is influencedby baroreceptor input

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    21. Hernandez, N; Vanegas, H
      Antinociception induced by PAG-microinjected dipyrone (metamizol) in rats:involvement of spinal endogenous opioids

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    22. Petersen, KL; Jones, B; Segredo, V; Dahl, JB; Rowbotham, MC
      Effect of remifentanil on pain and secondary hyperalgesia associated with the heat-capsaicin sensitization model in healthy volunteers

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    23. Bodnar, RJ
      Supraspinal circuitry mediating opioid antinociception: Antagonist and synergy studies in multiple sites

      JOURNAL OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE
    24. Terayama, R; Guan, Y; Dubner, R; Ren, K
      Activity-induced plasticity in brain stem pain modulatory circuitry after inflammation

      NEUROREPORT
    25. Pan, ZZ; Hirakawa, N; Fields, HL
      A cellular mechanism for the bidirectional pain-modulating actions of orphanin FQ/nociceptin

      NEURON
    26. Wiedenmayer, CP; Barr, GA
      mu opioid receptors in the ventrolateral periaqueductal gray mediate stress-induced analgesia but not immobility in rat pups

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    27. Li, H; Lang, B; Kang, JF; Li, YQ
      Serotonin potentiates the response of neurons of the superficial laminae of the rat spinal dorsal horn to gamma-aminobutyric acid

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    28. Nuseir, K; Proudfit, HK
      Bidirectional modulation of nociception by GABA neurons in the dorsolateral pontine tegmentum that tonically inhibit spinally projecting noradrenergic A7 neurons

      NEUROSCIENCE
    29. Hentall, ID; Kurle, PJ; White, TR
      Correlations between serotonin level and single-cell firing ln the rat's nucleus raphe magnus

      NEUROSCIENCE
    30. Hirakawa, N; Tershner, SA; Fields, HL; Manning, BH
      Bi-directional changes in affective state elicited by manipulation of medullary pain-modulatory circuitry

      NEUROSCIENCE
    31. Tershner, SA; Mitchell, JM; Fields, HL
      Brainstem pain modulating circuitry is sexually dimorphic with respect to mu and kappa opioid receptor function

      PAIN
    32. Paulson, PE; Morrow, TJ; Casey, KL
      Bilateral behavioral and regional cerebral blood flow changes during painful peripheral mononeuropathy in the rat

      PAIN
    33. Vaughan, CW; Connor, M; Bagley, EE; Christie, MJ
      Actions of cannabinoids on membrane properties and synaptic transmission in rat periaqueductal gray neurons in vitro

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    34. Gao, KM; Mason, P
      Serotonergic raphe magnus cells that respond to noxious tail heat are not ON or OFF cells

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    35. Commons, KG; Aicher, SA; Kow, LM; Pfaff, DW
      Presynaptic and postsynaptic relations of mu-opioid receptors to gamma-aminobutyric acid-immunoreactive and medullary-projecting periaqueductal gray neurons

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    36. Gozariu, M; Bouhassira, D; Willer, JC; Le Bars, D
      Temporal summation and a C-fibre reflex in the rat: effects of morphine onfacilitatory and inhibitory mechanisms

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    37. Tershner, SA; Helmstetter, FJ
      Antinociception produced by mu opioid receptor activation in the amygdala is partly dependent on activation of mu opioid and neurotensin receptors inthe ventral periaqueductal gray

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    38. Vasquez, E; Vanegas, H
      The antinociceptive effect of PAG-microinjected dipyrone in rats is mediated by endogenous opioids of the rostral ventromedial medulla

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    39. Willer, JC; Bouhassira, D; Le Bars, D
      Neurophysiological bases of the counterirritation phenomenon: diffuse control inhibitors induced by nociceptive stimulation.

      NEUROPHYSIOLOGIE CLINIQUE-CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    40. Hirakawa, N; Tershner, SA; Fields, HL
      Highly delta selective antagonists in the RVM attenuate the antinociceptive effect of PAG DAMGO

      NEUROREPORT
    41. Wei, H; Pertovaara, A
      MK-801, and NMDA receptor antagonist, in the rostroventromedial medulla attenuates development of neuropathic symptoms in the rat

      NEUROREPORT
    42. Mason, P
      Central mechanisms of pain modulation

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    43. Porro, CA; Cavazzuti, M; Baraldi, P; Giuliani, D; Panerai, AE; Corazza, R
      CNS pattern of metabolic activity during tonic pain: evidence for modulation by beta-endorphin

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    44. Crofford, LJ; Casey, KL
      Central modulation of pain perception

      RHEUMATIC DISEASE CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA
    45. Renno, WM; Mahmoud, MSW; Hamdi, A; Beitz, AJ
      Quantitative immunoelectron microscopic colocalization of GABA and enkephalin in the ventrocaudal periaqueductal gray of the rat

      SYNAPSE
    46. Tortorici, V; Robbins, CS; Morgan, MM
      Tolerance to the antinociceptive effect of morphine microinjections into the ventral but not lateral-dorsal periaqueductal gray of the rat

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    47. Borszcz, GS
      Differential contributions of medullary, thalamic, and amygdaloid serotonin to the antinociceptive action of morphine administered into the periaqueductal gray: A model of morphine analgesia

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    48. MORGAN MM
      PARADOXICAL INHIBITION OF NOCICEPTIVE NEURONS IN THE DORSAL HORN OF THE RAT SPINAL-CORD DURING A NOCICEPTIVE HINDLIMB REFLEX

      Neuroscience
    49. Grabow, TS; Hurley, RW; Banfor, PN; Hammond, DL
      Supraspinal and spinal delta(2) opioid receptor-mediated antinociceptive synergy is mediated by spinal alpha(2) adrenoceptors

      PAIN
    50. Urban, MO; Coutinho, SV; Gebhart, GF
      Involvement of excitatory amino acid receptors and nitric oxide in the rostral ventromedial medulla in modulating secondary hyperalgesia produced by mustard oil

      PAIN
    51. Wei, F; Dubner, R; Ren, K
      Nucleus reticularis gigantocellularis and nucleus raphe magnus in the brain stem exert opposite effects on behavioral hyperalgesia and spinal Fos protein expression after peripheral inflammation

      PAIN
    52. Gear, RW; Aley, KO; Levine, JD
      Pain-induced analgesia mediated by mesolimbic reward circuits

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    53. Urban, MO; Gebhart, GF
      Supraspinal contributions to hyperalgesia

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    54. Urban, MO; Gebhart, GF
      Central mechanisms in pain

      MEDICAL CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA
    55. Leung, CG; Mason, P
      Physiological properties of raphe magnus neurons during sleep and waking

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    56. Vaughan, CW; McGregor, IS; Christie, MJ
      Cannabinoid receptor activation inhibits GABAergic neurotransmission in rostral ventromedial medulla neurons in vitro

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    57. Kovelowski, CJ; Bian, D; Hruby, VJ; Lai, J; Ossipov, MH; Porreca, F
      Selective opioid delta agonists elicit antinociceptive supraspinal/spinal synergy in the rat

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    58. Spinella, M; Znamensky, V; Moroz, M; Ragnauth, A; Bodnar, RJ
      Actions of NMDA and cholinergic receptor antagonists in the rostral ventromedial medulla upon beta-endorphin analgesia elicited from the ventrolateral periaqueductal gray

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    59. Hawranko, AA; Smith, DJ
      Stress reduces morphine's antinociceptive potency: dependence upon spinal cholecystokinin processes

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    60. WATKINS LR; WIERTELAK EP; MCGORRY M; MARTINEZ J; SCHWARTZ B; SISK D; MAIER SF
      NEUROCIRCUITRY OF CONDITIONED INHIBITION OF ANALGESIA - EFFECTS OF AMYGDALA, DORSAL RAPHE, VENTRAL MEDULLARY, AND SPINAL-CORD LESIONS ON ANTIANALGESIA IN THE RAT

      Behavioral neuroscience
    61. COUTINHO SV; URBAN MO; GEBHART GF
      ROLE OF GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS AND NITRIC-OXIDE IN THE ROSTRAL VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA IN VISCERAL HYPERALGESIA

      Pain
    62. KOYAMA N; HANAI F; YOKOTA T
      DOES INTRAVENOUS ADMINISTRATION OF GABA(A) RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS INDUCE BOTH DESCENDING ANTINOCICEPTION AND TOUCH-EVOKED ALLODYNIA

      Pain
    63. MORROW TJ; PAULSON PE; DANNEMAN PJ; CASEY KL
      REGIONAL CHANGES IN FOREBRAIN ACTIVATION DURING THE EARLY AND LATE-PHASE OF FORMALIN NOCICEPTION - ANALYSIS USING CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW IN THE RAT

      Pain
    64. ROJASPILONI G; DURAN I; CUEVAROLON R
      THE ACTIVITY OF ON AND OFF CELLS AT THE ROSTROVENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA ISMODULATED BY VAGINO-CERVICAL STIMULATION

      Pain
    65. Urban, MO; Gebhart, GF
      The glutamate synapse: A target in the pharmacological management of hyperalgesic pain states

      GLUTAMATE SYNAPSE AS A THERAPEUTICAL TARGET: MOLECULAR ORGANIZATION AND PATHOLOGY OF THE GLUTAMATE SYNAPSE
    66. HOPKINS E; SPINELLA M; PAVLOVIC ZW; BODNAR RJ
      ALTERATIONS IN SWIM STRESS-INDUCED ANALGESIA AND HYPOTHERMIA FOLLOWING SEROTONERGIC OR NMDA ANTAGONISTS IN THE ROSTRAL VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLAOF RATS

      Physiology & behavior
    67. MENG ID; MANNING BH; MARTIN WJ; FIELDS HL
      AN ANALGESIA CIRCUIT ACTIVATED BY CANNABINOIDS

      Nature
    68. LEUNG CG; MASON P
      PHYSIOLOGICAL SURVEY OF MEDULLARY RAPHE AND MAGNOCELLULAR RETICULAR NEURONS IN THE ANESTHETIZED RAT

      Journal of neurophysiology
    69. KALYUZHNY AE; WESSENDORF MW
      RELATIONSHIP OF MU-OPIOID AND DELTA-OPIOID RECEPTORS TO GABAERGIC NEURONS IN THE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM, INCLUDING ANTINOCICEPTIVE BRAIN-STEM CIRCUITS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    70. PERTOVAARA A
      A NEURONAL CORRELATE OF SECONDARY HYPERALGESIA IN THE RAT SPINAL DORSAL HORN IS SUBMODALITY SELECTIVE AND FACILITATED BY SUPRASPINAL INFLUENCE

      Experimental neurology
    71. DUALE C; MOLAT JL; DALLEL R
      MORPHINE MICROINJECTED INTO THE NUCLEUS RAPHE MAGNUS DOES NOT BLOCK THE ACTIVITY OF SPINAL TRIGEMINAL NUCLEUS ORALIS CONVERGENT NEURONS IN THE RAT

      Brain research
    72. KRZANOWSKA EK; ROSSI GC; PASTERNAK GW; BODNAR RJ
      POTENCY RATIOS OF MORPHINE AND MORPHINE-6-BETA-GLUCURONIDE ANALGESIA ELICITED FROM THE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY, LOCUS-COERULEUS OR ROSTRAL VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA OF RATS

      Brain research
    73. GOZARIU M; BOUHASSIRA D; WILLER JC; LEBARS D
      THE INFLUENCE OF TEMPORAL SUMMATION ON A C-FIBER REFLEX IN THE RAT - EFFECTS OF LESIONS IN THE ROSTRAL VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA (RVM)

      Brain research
    74. SKINNER K; BASBAUM AI; FIELDS HL
      CHOLECYSTOKININ AND ENKEPHALIN IN BRAIN-STEM PAIN MODULATING CIRCUITS

      NeuroReport
    75. HERMANN DM; LUPPI PH; PEYRON C; HINCKEL P; JOUVET M
      AFFERENT-PROJECTIONS TO THE RAT NUCLEI RAPHE MAGNUS, RAPHE PALLIDUS AND RETICULARIS GIGANTOCELLULARIS PARS-ALPHA DEMONSTRATED BY IONTOPHORETIC APPLICATION OF CHOLERATOXIN (SUBUNIT-B)

      Journal of chemical neuroanatomy
    76. MANSIKKA H; PERTOVAARA A
      SUPRASPINAL INFLUENCE ON HINDLIMB WITHDRAWAL THRESHOLDS AND MUSTARD OIL-INDUCED SECONDARY ALLODYNIA IN RATS

      Brain research bulletin
    77. ROHDE DS; MCKAY WR; CHANG DS; ABBADIE C; BASBAUM AI
      THE CONTRIBUTION OF SUPRASPINAL, PERIPHERAL AND INTRINSIC SPINAL CIRCUITS TO THE PATTERN AND MAGNITUDE OF FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE LUMBAR SPINAL-CORD OF THE RAT WITHDRAWING FROM MORPHINE

      Neuroscience
    78. GAO KM; KIM YHH; MASON P
      SEROTONERGIC PONTOMEDULLARY NEURONS ARE NOT ACTIVATED BY ANTINOCICEPTIVE STIMULATION IN THE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    79. XIN L; GELLER EB; ADLER MW
      BODY-TEMPERATURE AND ANALGESIC EFFECTS OF SELECTIVE MU-OPIOID AND KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTOR AGONISTS MICRODIALYZED INTO RAT-BRAIN

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    80. TAYLOR BK; PETERSON MA; BASBAUM AI
      EARLY NOCICEPTIVE EVENTS INFLUENCE THE TEMPORAL PROFILE, BUT NOT THE MAGNITUDE, OF THE TONIC RESPONSE TO SUBCUTANEOUS FORMALIN - EFFECTS WITH REMIFENTANIL

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    81. ZAGON A; MENG XW; FIELDS HL
      INTRINSIC MEMBRANE-CHARACTERISTICS DISTINGUISH 2 SUBSETS OF NOCICEPTIVE MODULATORY NEURONS IN RAT RVM

      Journal of neurophysiology
    82. GOZARIU M; BRAGARD D; WILLER JC; LEBARS D
      TEMPORAL SUMMATION OF C-FIBER AFFERENT INPUTS - COMPETITION BETWEEN FACILITATORY AND INHIBITORY EFFECTS ON C-FIBER REFLEX IN THE RAT

      Journal of neurophysiology
    83. MASON P
      PHYSIOLOGICAL IDENTIFICATION OF PONTOMEDULLARY SEROTONERGIC NEURONS IN THE RAT

      Journal of neurophysiology
    84. GAO KM; MASON P
      SOMATODENDRITIC AND AXONAL ANATOMY OF INTRACELLULARLY LABELED SEROTONERGIC NEURONS IN THE RAT MEDULLA

      Journal of comparative neurology
    85. SKINNER K; FIELDS HL; BASBAUM AI; MASON P
      GABA-IMMUNOREACTIVE BOUTONS CONTACT IDENTIFIED OFF AND ON CELLS IN THE NUCLEUS RAPHE MAGNUS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    86. HENTALL ID; WHITE TR
      EVIDENCE FOR RHYTHMIC FIRING BEING CAUSED BY FEEDBACK INHIBITION IN PINCH-INHIBITED RAPHE MAGNUS NEURONS

      Brain research
    87. HARRIS JA
      DESCENDING ANTINOCICEPTIVE MECHANISMS IN THE BRAIN-STEM - THEIR ROLE IN THE ANIMALS DEFENSIVE SYSTEM

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-PARIS
    88. PAN ZZ; FIELDS HL
      ENDOGENOUS OPIOID-MEDIATED INHIBITION OF PUTATIVE PAIN-MODULATING NEURONS IN RAT ROSTRAL VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA

      Neuroscience
    89. ROYCHOWDHURY SM; FIELDS HL
      ENDOGENOUS OPIOIDS ACTING AT A MEDULLARY MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR CONTRIBUTE TO THE BEHAVIORAL ANTINOCICEPTION PRODUCED BY GABA ANTAGONISM IN THEMIDBRAIN PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY

      Neuroscience
    90. ROHDE DS; DETWEILER DJ; BASBAUM AI
      SPINAL-CORD MECHANISMS OF OPIOID TOLERANCE AND DEPENDENCE - FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY EXPRESSION INCREASES IN SUBPOPULATIONS OF SPINAL-CORDNEURONS DURING WITHDRAWAL

      Neuroscience
    91. SPINELLA M; COOPER ML; BODNAR RJ
      EXCITATORY AMINO-ACID ANTAGONISTS IN THE ROSTRAL VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLAINHIBIT MESENCEPHALIC MORPHINE ANALGESIA IN RATS

      Pain
    92. PERTOVAARA A; WEI H; HAMALAINEN MM
      LIDOCAINE IN THE ROSTROVENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA AND THE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY ATTENUATES ALLODYNIA IN NEUROPATHIC RATS

      Neuroscience letters
    93. TANAKA M; MATSUMOTO Y; MURAKAMI T; HISA Y; IBATA Y
      THE ORIGINS OF CATECHOLAMINERGIC INNERVATION IN THE ROSTRAL VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA-OBLONGATA OF THE RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    94. KALYUZHNY AE; ARVIDSSON U; WU W; WESSENDORF MW
      MU-OPIOID AND DELTA-OPIOID RECEPTORS ARE EXPRESSED IN BRAIN-STEM ANTINOCICEPTIVE CIRCUITS - STUDIES USING IMMUNOCYTOCHEMISTRY AND RETROGRADE TRACT-TRACING

      The Journal of neuroscience
    95. BURKEY AR; CARSTENS E; WENNIGER JJ; TANG JW; JASMIN L
      AN OPIOIDERGIC CORTICAL ANTINOCICEPTION TRIGGERING SITE IN THE AGRANULAR INSULAR CORTEX OF THE RAT THAT CONTRIBUTES TO MORPHINE ANTINOCICEPTION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    96. URBAN MO; JIANG MC; GEBHART GF
      PARTICIPATION OF CENTRAL DESCENDING NOCICEPTIVE FACILITATORY SYSTEMS IN SECONDARY HYPERALGESIA PRODUCED BY MUSTARD OIL

      Brain research
    97. PITCHER GM; YASHPAL K; CODERRE TJ; HENRY JL
      MECHANISMS UNDERLYING ANTINOCICEPTION PROVOKED BY HETEROSEGMENTAL NOXIOUS-STIMULATION IN THE RAT TAIL-FLICK TEST

      Neuroscience
    98. TAYLOR BK; BASBAUM AI
      NEUROCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF EXTRACELLULAR SEROTONIN IN THE ROSTRAL VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA AND ITS MODULATION BY NOXIOUS STIMULI

      Journal of neurochemistry
    99. MCGARAUGHTY S; REINIS S; TSOUKATOS J
      A CORRELOGRAM ANALYSIS OF THE ACTIVITY IN THE ROSTRAL VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA OF AWAKE RATS AND IN RATS ANESTHETIZED WITH KETAMINE OR PENTOBARBITAL FOLLOWING THE ADMINISTRATION OF MORPHINE

      Experimental Brain Research
    100. LEUNG CG; MASON P
      EFFECTS OF ISOFLURANE CONCENTRATION ON THE ACTIVITY OF PONTOMEDULLARYRAPHE AND MEDIAL RETICULAR NEURONS IN THE RAT

      Brain research


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