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    1. Irusta, AEC; Savoldi, M; Kishi, R; Resende, GCC; Freitas, RL; Carvalho, AD; Coimbra, NC
      Psychopharmacological evidences for the involvement of muscarinic and nicotinic cholinergic receptors on sweet substance-induced analgesia in Rattus norvegicus

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    2. Uom, ES; Min, BI; Kim, JH; Cho, YW
      Analgesic effect of the acupuncture using the method of quick insertion and withdrawal of the needle in rats

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    3. Choi, SS; Lee, JK; Suh, HW
      Differential effect of dexamethasone on the antinociception induced by GABA receptor agonists or glutamate receptor antagonists administered spinallyin the mouse

      BIOGENIC AMINES
    4. Meagher, MW; Ferguson, AR; Crown, ED; McLemore, S; King, TE; Sieve, AN; Grau, JW
      Shock-induced hyperalgesia: IV. Generality

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-ANIMAL BEHAVIOR PROCESSES
    5. Gilbert, AK; Franklin, KBJ
      Characterization of the analgesic properties of nomifensine in rats

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    6. Meagher, MW; Arnau, RC; Rhudy, JL
      Pain and emotion: Effects of affective picture modulation

      PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE
    7. Huber, J; Darling, S; Park, K; Soliman, KFA
      Altered responsiveness to stress and NMDA following prenatal exposure to cocaine

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    8. Otuki, MF; Lima, FV; Malheiros, A; Cechinel, V; Delle Monache, F; Yunes, RA; Calixto, JB
      Evaluation of the antinociceptive action caused by ether fraction and a triterpene isolated from resin of Protium kleinii

      LIFE SCIENCES
    9. Dogrul, A; Yesilyurt, O; Isimer, A
      Effects of neomycin on the development of tolerance to morphine antinociception

      LIFE SCIENCES
    10. Coimbra, NC; Freitas, RL; Savoldi, M; Castro-Souza, C; Segato, EN; Kishi, R; Weltson, A; Resende, GCC
      Opioid neurotransmission in the post-ictal analgesia: Involvement of mu(1)-opioid receptor

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    11. Sousa, AM; Prado, WA
      The dual effect of a nitric oxide donor in nociception

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    12. Coimbra, NC; Castro-Souza, C; Segato, EN; Nora, JEP; Herrero, CFPS; Tedeschi, W; Garcia-Cairasco, N
      Post-ictal analgesia: involvement of opioid, serotoninergic and cholinergic mechanisms

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    13. Malonne, H; Fontaine, J; Moes, A
      In vitro/in vivo characterization of a tramadol HCl depot system composed of monoolein and water

      BIOLOGICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
    14. Betbeder, D; Sperandio, S; Latapie, JP; de Nadai, J; Etienne, A; Zajac, JM; Frances, B
      Biovector (TM) nanoparticles improve antinociceptive efficacy of nasal morphine

      PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH
    15. Suh, HW; Song, DK; Huh, SO; Kim, YH
      Differential potentiative effects of glutamate receptor antagonists in theproduction of antinociception induced by opioids administered intrathecally in the mouse

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    16. Kim, JH; Min, BI; Schmidt, D; Lee, HJ; Park, DS
      The difference between electroacupuncture only and electroacupuncture withmanipulation on analgesia in rats

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    17. Chung, KM; Song, DK; Huh, SO; Choi, MR; Kim, YH; Suh, HW
      Effects of supraspinal and spinal GABA receptors on immobilization stress-induced antinociception in the mouse

      BIOGENIC AMINES
    18. Moynihan, JA; Karp, JD; Cohen, N; Ader, R
      Immune deviation following stress odor exposure: role of endogenous opioids

      JOURNAL OF NEUROIMMUNOLOGY
    19. Kanarek, RB; Homoleski, B
      Modulation of morphine-induced antinociception by palatable solutions in male and female rats

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    20. Kanarek, RB; Homoleski, BA; Wiatr, C
      Intake of a palatable sucrose solution modifies the actions of spiradoline, a kappa opioid receptor agonist, on analgesia and feeding behavior in male and female rats

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    21. Sakurada, S; Takeda, S; Sato, T; Hayashi, T; Yuki, M; Kutsuwa, M; Tan-No, K; Sakurada, C; Kisara, K; Sakurada, T
      Selective antagonism by naloxonazine of antinociception by Tyr-D-Arg-Phe-beta-Ala, a novel dermorphin analogue with high affinity at mu-opioid receptors

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    22. Pertwee, RG; Gibson, TM; Stevenson, LA; Ross, RA; Banner, WK; Saha, B; Razdan, RK; Martin, BR
      O-1057, a potent water-soluble cannabinoid receptor agonist with antinociceptive properties

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    23. Milligan, ED; Mehmert, KK; Hinde, JL; Harvey, LO; Martin, D; Tracey, KJ; Maier, SF; Watkins, LR
      Thermal hyperalgesia and mechanical allodynia produced by intrathecal administration of the human immunodeficiency virus-1 (HIV-1) envelope glycoprotein, gp120

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    24. Nunes-de-Souza, RL; Canto-de-Souza, A; da-Costa, M; Fornari, RV; Graeff, FG; Pela, IR
      Anxiety-induced antinociception in mice: effects of systemic and intra-amygdala administration of 8-OH-DPAT and midazolam

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    25. Lutfy, K; Doan, P; Weber, E
      ACEA-1328, a NMDA receptor/glycine site antagonist, acutely potentiates antinociception and chronically attenuates tolerance induced by morphine

      PHARMACOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    26. Lambadjieva, ND
      Influence of testosterone on some behavioral reactions of male immature rats exposed to continual light

      METHODS AND FINDINGS IN EXPERIMENTAL AND CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    27. MORGAN MM
      PARADOXICAL INHIBITION OF NOCICEPTIVE NEURONS IN THE DORSAL HORN OF THE RAT SPINAL-CORD DURING A NOCICEPTIVE HINDLIMB REFLEX

      Neuroscience
    28. Ogilvie, J; Simpson, DAA; Clarke, RW
      Tonic adrenergic and serotonergic inhibition of a withdrawal reflex in rabbits subjected to different levels of surgical preparation

      NEUROSCIENCE
    29. Park, EH; Kahng, JH
      Suppressive effects of propolis in rat adjuvant arthritis

      ARCHIVES OF PHARMACAL RESEARCH
    30. Suh, HW; Choi, MR; Song, DK; Huh, SO; Kim, YH
      Involvement of supraspinal and spinal histamine receptors in immobilization stress-induced antinociception in the mouse

      BIOGENIC AMINES
    31. Suh, HW; Chung, KM; Song, DK; Huh, SO; Kim, YH
      Involvement of supraspinal glutamate and GABA receptors in cold water swimming stress-induced antinociception ln mice

      BIOGENIC AMINES
    32. Chung, KM; Kim, YH; Song, DK; Huh, SO; Suh, HW
      Antinociceptive mechanisms of dimaprit administered intrathecally in mice

      BIOGENIC AMINES
    33. Hebert, MA; Ardid, D; Henrie, JA; Tamashiro, K; Blanchard, DC; Blanchard, RJ
      Amygdala lesions produce analgesia in a novel, ethologically relevant acute pain test

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    34. Lutfy, K; Doan, P; Nguyen, M; Weber, E
      Effects of ACEA-1328, a NMDA receptor/glycine site antagonist, on U50,488H-induced antinociception and tolerance

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    35. Hawranko, AA; Smith, DJ
      Stress reduces morphine's antinociceptive potency: dependence upon spinal cholecystokinin processes

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    36. Bocheva, A; Zamfirova, R; Pajpanova, T; Todorov, S; Georgieva, M; Golovinsky, E
      Effect of diphenylhydramine on the Tyr-MIF-1 antinociception in rats

      ARCHIVES OF PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    37. Lutfy, K; Doan, P; Nugyen, M; Weber, E
      ACEA-1328, an NMDA receptor antagonist, increases the potency of morphine and U50,488H in the tail flick test in mice

      PHARMACOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    38. SEALE TW; NAEL R; SINGH S; BASMADJIAN G
      INHERITED, SELECTIVE HYPOANALGESIC RESPONSE TO CYTISINE IN THE TAIL-FLICK TEST IN CF-1 MICE

      NeuroReport
    39. DAMATO FR
      KIN INTERACTION ENHANCES MORPHINE ANALGESIA IN MALE-MICE

      Behavioural pharmacology
    40. Lambadjieva, ND
      Influence of testosterone on some behavioral reactions of male immature rats

      METHODS AND FINDINGS IN EXPERIMENTAL AND CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    41. Yu, HY; Sun, P; Hou, WY
      Prolonged local anesthetic effect of bupivacaine liposomes in rats

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICS
    42. ROSA MLNM; OLIVEIRA MA; VALENTE RB; COIMBRA NC; PRADO WA
      PHARMACOLOGICAL AND NEUROANATOMICAL EVIDENCE FOR THE INVOLVEMENT OF THE ANTERIOR PRETECTAL NUCLEUS IN THE ANTINOCICEPTION INDUCED BY STIMULATION OF THE DORSAL RAPHE NUCLEUS IN RATS

      Pain
    43. CHUNG KM; KIM YH; SONG DK; HUH SO; SUH HW
      ANTINOCICEPTIVE MECHANISMS OF BETAHISTINE ADMINISTERED INTRATHECALLY IN MICE

      Biogenic amines
    44. MANNING BH; FRANKLIN KBJ
      MORPHINE ANALGESIA IN THE FORMALIN TEST - REVERSAL BY MICROINJECTION OF QUATERNARY NALOXONE INTO THE POSTERIOR HYPOTHALAMIC AREA OR PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY

      Behavioural brain research
    45. OLIVEIRA MA; PRADO WA
      ANTINOCICEPTION INDUCED BY STIMULATING AMYGDALOID NUCLEI IN RATS - CHANGES PRODUCED BY SYSTEMICALLY ADMINISTERED ANTAGONISTS

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    46. MCNALLY GP; WESTBROOK RF
      TEST TYPE INFLUENCES THE EXPRESSION OF LITHIUM CHLORIDE-INDUCED HYPERALGESIA

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    47. FRANKLIN KBJ
      ANALGESIA AND ABUSE POTENTIAL - AN ACCIDENTAL ASSOCIATION OR A COMMONSUBSTRATE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    48. BELOZERTSEVA IV; BESPALOV AY
      EFFECTS OF NMDA RECEPTOR-CHANNEL BLOCKERS, DIZOCILPINE AND MEMANTINE,ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF OPIATE ANALGESIC TOLERANCE INDUCED BY REPEATED MORPHINE EXPOSURES OR SOCIAL DEFEATS IN MICE

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    49. WONG CH; WU WH; ZBUZEK VK
      HYPOTENSION DOES NOT ALTER THE ANTINOCICEPTIVE EFFECT OF NIFEDIPINE

      Life sciences (1973)
    50. YANG SW; GUO YQ; KANG YM; QIAO JT; LAUFMAN LE; DAFNY N
      DIFFERENT GABA-RECEPTOR TYPES ARE INVOLVED IN THE 5-HT-INDUCED ANTINOCICEPTION AT THE SPINAL LEVEL - A BEHAVIORAL-STUDY

      Life sciences
    51. ROMITA VV; HENRY JL
      SPINAL MU-OPIOID, DELTA-OPIOID AND KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTORS MEDIATE INTENSE STIMULATION-ELICITED INHIBITION OF A NOCICEPTIVE REFLEX IN THE RAT

      European journal of pharmacology
    52. BEIRITH A; SANTOS ARS; RODRIGUES ALS; CRECZYNSKIPASA TB; CALIXTO JB
      SPINAL AND SUPRASPINAL ANTINOCICEPTIVE ACTION OF DIPYRONE IN FORMALIN, CAPSAICIN AND GLUTAMATE TESTS - STUDY OF THE MECHANISM OF ACTION

      European journal of pharmacology
    53. CONWAY CM; MARTINEZ J; LYTLE LD
      MATURATIONAL CHANGES IN THE THERMAL NOCICEPTIVE RESPONSES OF DEVELOPING RATS

      Developmental psychobiology
    54. DEKONINCK Y
      PAIN TRANSMISSION - ENDOGENOUS SPINAL CON TROL MECHANISMS

      MS. Medecine sciences
    55. JAIS AMM; DAMBISYA YM; LEE TL
      ANTINOCICEPTIVE ACTIVITY OF CHANNA-STRIATUS (HARUAN) EXTRACTS IN MICE

      Journal of ethnopharmacology
    56. BERTOLUCCI M; PEREGO C; DESIMONI MG
      INTERLEUKIN-6 IS DIFFERENTLY MODULATED BY CENTRAL OPIOID RECEPTOR SUBTYPES

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    57. MA W; RIBEIRODASILVA A; DEKONINCK Y; RADHAKRISHNAN V; CUELLO AC; HENRY JL
      SUBSTANCE-P AND ENKEPHALIN IMMUNOREACTIVITIES IN AXONAL BOUTONS PRESYNAPTIC TO PHYSIOLOGICALLY IDENTIFIED DORSAL HORN NEURONS - AN ULTRASTRUCTURAL MULTIPLE-LABELING STUDY IN THE CAT

      Neuroscience
    58. SHIMOYAMA M; SHIMOYAMA N; INTURRISI CE; ELLIOTT KJ
      GABAPENTIN ENHANCES THE ANTINOCICEPTIVE EFFECTS OF SPINAL MORPHINE INTHE RAT TAIL-FLICK TEST

      Pain
    59. LUTFY K; CAI SX; WOODWARD RM; WEBER E
      ANTINOCICEPTIVE EFFECTS OF NMDA AND NON-NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS IN THE TAIL-FLICK TEST IN MICE

      Pain
    60. ALTIER N; STEWART J
      TACHYKININ NK-1 AND NK-3 SELECTIVE AGONISTS INDUCE ANALGESIA IN THE FORMALIN TEST FOR TONIC PAIN FOLLOWING INTRA-VTA OR INTRAACCUMBENS MICROINFUSIONS

      Behavioural brain research
    61. DIRIG DM; SALAMI A; RATHBUN ML; OZAKI GT; YAKSH TL
      CHARACTERIZATION OF VARIABLES DEFINING HINDPAW WITHDRAWAL LATENCY EVOKED BY RADIANT THERMAL STIMULI

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    62. SEGATO FN; CASTROSOUZA C; SEGATO EN; MORATO S; COIMBRA NC
      SUCROSE INGESTION CAUSES OPIOID ANALGESIA

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    63. ROCINHOLI LF; ALMEIDA SS; DEOLIVEIRA LM
      RESPONSE THRESHOLD TO AVERSIVE STIMULI IN STIMULATED EARLY PROTEIN-MALNOURISHED RATS

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    64. MUI WC; ZBUZEK VK; WU WH
      GABA(A) ANTAGONIST AND NICOTINE-INDUCED ANTINOCICEPTION

      Life sciences
    65. HUNTER JC; GOGAS KR; HEDLEY LR; JACOBSON LO; KASSOTAKIS L; THOMPSON J; FONTANA DJ
      THE EFFECT OF NOVEL ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS IN RAT EXPERIMENTAL-MODELS OFACUTE AND CHRONIC PAIN

      European journal of pharmacology
    66. SEALE TW; NAEL R; BASMADJIAN G
      INHERITED, SELECTIVE HYPORESPONSIVENESS TO THE ANALGESIC ACTION OF NICOTINE IN MICE

      NeuroReport
    67. PICKER MJ; MATHEWSON C; ALLEN RM
      OPIOIDS AND RATE OF POSITIVELY REINFORCED BEHAVIOR .3. ANTAGONISM BY THE LONG-LASTING KAPPA-ANTAGONIST NORBINALTORPHIMINE

      Behavioural pharmacology
    68. HARRIS JA
      DESCENDING ANTINOCICEPTIVE MECHANISMS IN THE BRAIN-STEM - THEIR ROLE IN THE ANIMALS DEFENSIVE SYSTEM

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-PARIS
    69. ALVAREZFUENTES J; FERNANDEZAREVALO M; HOLGADO MA; CARABALLO I; RABASCO AM; MICO JA; ROJAS O; ORTEGAALVARO A
      PRECLINICAL STUDY OF A CONTROLLED-RELEASE ORAL MORPHINE SYSTEM IN RATS

      International journal of pharmaceutics
    70. CHEN XH; LIUCHEN LY; TALLARIDA RJ; GELLER EB; DERIEL JK; ADLER MW
      USE OF A MU-ANTISENSE OLIGODEOXYNUCLEOTIDE AS A MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR NONCOMPETITIVE ANTAGONIST IN-VIVO

      Neurochemical research
    71. PASTORIZA LN; MORROW TJ; CASEY KL
      MEDIAL FRONTAL-CORTEX LESIONS SELECTIVELY ATTENUATE THE HOT PLATE RESPONSE - POSSIBLE NOCIFENSIVE APRAXIA IN THE RAT

      Pain
    72. PETERSSON M; ALSTER P; LUNDEBERG T; UVNASMOBERG K
      OXYTOCIN INCREASES NOCICEPTIVE THRESHOLDS IN A LONG-TERM PERSPECTIVE IN FEMALE AND MALE-RATS

      Neuroscience letters
    73. HOUDI AA; KOTTAYIL S; CROOKS PA; BUTTERFIELD DA
      3-O-ACETYLMORPHINE-6-O-SULFATE - A POTENT, CENTRALLY ACTING MORPHINE DERIVATIVE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    74. CRUZ Y; MARTINEZGOMEZ M; MANZO J; HUDSON R; PACHECO P
      CHANGES IN PAIN THRESHOLD DURING THE REPRODUCTIVE-CYCLE OF THE FEMALERAT

      Physiology & behavior
    75. WONG CH; ZBUZEK VK; WU WH
      TOLERANCE-LIKE PHENOMENON OF NIFEDIPINE-INDUCED ANTINOCICEPTION

      Life sciences
    76. SINGH L; FIELD MJ; HUNTER JC; OLES RJ; WOODRUFF GN
      MODULATION OF THE IN-VIVO ACTIONS OF MORPHINE BY THE MIXED CCKA B-RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST PD-142898/

      European journal of pharmacology
    77. MENENDEZ L; PEREZVALLINA JR; CANTABRANA B; HIDALGO A; BAAMONDE A
      CALMODULIN INHIBITORS INDUCE SPINAL ANALGESIA IN RATS

      Brain research
    78. VANKOVA ME; WEINGER MB; CHEN DY; BRONSON JB; MOTIS V; KOOB GF
      ROLE OF CENTRAL-MU, DELTA-1, AND KAPPA-1 OPIOID RECEPTORS IN OPIOID-INDUCED MUSCLE RIGIDITY IN THE RAT

      Anesthesiology
    79. SIUCIAK JA; WONG V; PEARSALL D; WIEGAND SJ; LINDSAY RM
      BDNF PRODUCES ANALGESIA IN THE FORMALIN TEST AND MODIFIES NEUROPEPTIDE LEVELS IN RAT-BRAIN AND SPINAL-CORD AREAS ASSOCIATED WITH NOCICEPTION

      European journal of neuroscience
    80. MARTIN MI; GOICOECHEA C; ORMAZABAL MJ; LOPEZ F; ALFARO MJ
      ANALGESIC EFFECT OF 2 CALCITONINS AND IN-VITRO INTERACTION WITH OPIOIDS

      General pharmacology
    81. XU JY; PIEPER GM; TSENG LF
      ACTIVATION OF A NO-CYCLIC GMP SYSTEM BY NO DONORS POTENTIATES BETA-ENDORPHIN-INDUCED ANTINOCICEPTION IN THE MOUSE

      Pain
    82. MANNING BH; MAYER DJ
      THE CENTRAL NUCLEUS OF THE AMYGDALA CONTRIBUTES TO THE PRODUCTION OF MORPHINE ANTINOCICEPTION IN THE FORMALIN TEST

      Pain
    83. NALWALK JW; KOCH JE; BARKE KE; BODNAR RJ; HOUGH LB
      MODULATION OF MORPHINE ANTINOCICEPTION BY THE BRAIN-PENETRATING H-2 ANTAGONIST ZOLANTIDINE - DETAILED CHARACTERIZATION IN 5 NOCICEPTIVE TEST SYSTEMS

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    84. KALLINA CF; GRAU JW
      TAIL-FLICK TEST .1. IMPACT OF A SUPRATHRESHOLD EXPOSURE TO RADIANT-HEAT ON PAIN REACTIVITY IN RATS

      Physiology & behavior
    85. TARAPACKI JA; PIECH M; KRISTAL MB
      INGESTION OF AMNIOTIC-FLUID BY POSTPARTUM RATS ENHANCES MORPHINE ANTINOCICEPTION WITHOUT LIABILITY TO MATERNAL-BEHAVIOR

      Physiology & behavior
    86. CHEN XH; ADAMS JU; GELLER EB; DERIEL JK; ADLER MW; LIUCHEN LY
      AN ANTISENSE OLIGODEOXYNUCLEOTIDE TO MU-OPIOID RECEPTORS INHIBITS MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR AGONIST-INDUCED ANALGESIA IN RATS

      European journal of pharmacology
    87. LUTFY K; SHEN KZ; KWON IS; CAI SX; WOODWARD RM; KEANA JFW; WEBER E
      BLOCKADE OF MORPHINE-TOLERANCE BY ACEA-1328, A NOVEL NMDA RECEPTOR GLYCINE SITE ANTAGONIST

      European journal of pharmacology
    88. YASHPAL K; PITCHER GM; HENRY JL
      NOXIOUS PERIPHERAL STIMULATION PRODUCES ANTINOCICEPTION MEDIATED VIA SUBSTANCE-P AND OPIOID MECHANISMS IN THE RAT TAIL-FLICK TEST

      Brain research
    89. WIERTELAK EP; SMITH KP; FURNESS L; MOONEYHEIBERGER K; MAYR T; MAIER SF; WATKINS LR
      ACUTE AND CONDITIONED HYPERALGESIC RESPONSES TO ILLNESS

      Pain
    90. CRISP T; STAFINSKY JL; HOSKINS DL; DAYAL B; CHINROCK KM; URAM M
      EFFECTS OF AGING ON SPINAL OPIOID-INDUCED ANTINOCICEPTION

      Neurobiology of aging
    91. QUEIROZNETO A; JUANG SJ; SOUZA KR; AKAMATSU A
      ANTINOCICEPTIVE EFFECT OF AMITRAZ IN MICE AND RATS

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    92. REIMANN W; ENGLBERGER W; FRIDERICHS E; SELVE N; WILFFERT B
      SPINAL ANTINOCICEPTION BY MORPHINE IN RATS IS ANTAGONIZED BY GALANIN RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    93. BARJAVEL MJ; THORAT SN; BHARGAVA HN
      ENHANCEMENT OF A KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTOR AGONIST-INDUCED ANALGESIA BY L-TYROSINE AND L-TRYPTOPHAN

      European journal of pharmacology
    94. DRIESSEN B; REIMANN W; SELVE N; FRIDERICHS E; BULTMANN R
      ANTINOCICEPTIVE EFFECT OF INTRATHECALLY ADMINISTERED P-2-PURINOCEPTORANTAGONISTS IN RATS

      Brain research
    95. KIRITSYROY JA; SHYU BC; DANNEMAN PJ; MORROW TJ; BELCZYNSKI C; CASEY KL
      SPINAL ANTINOCICEPTION MEDIATED BY A COCAINE-SENSITIVE DOPAMINERGIC SUPRASPINAL MECHANISM

      Brain research
    96. CRISP T; STAFINSKY JL; HOSKINS DL; PERNI VC; URAM M; GORDON TL
      AGE-RELATED-CHANGES IN THE SPINAL ANTINOCICEPTIVE EFFECTS OF DAGO, DPDPE AND BETA-ENDORPHIN IN THE RAT

      Brain research
    97. GRANT GJ; ZAKOWSKI MI; VERMEULEN K; LANGERMAN L; RAMANATHAN S; TURNDORF H
      ASSESSING LOCAL-ANESTHETIC EFFECT USING THE MOUSE TAIL-FLICK TEST

      Journal of pharmacological and toxicological methods
    98. SALIMOV R; SALIMOVA N; KLODT P; MAISKY A
      INTERACTION BETWEEN ALCOHOL DEPRIVATION AND MORPHINE-WITHDRAWAL IN MICE

      Drug and alcohol dependence
    99. HOLE K; TJOLSEN A
      THE TAIL-FLICK AND FORMALIN TESTS IN RODENTS - CHANGES IN SKIN TEMPERATURE AS A CONFOUNDING FACTOR

      Pain
    100. OBERLING P; STINUS L; LEMOAL M; SIMONNET G
      BIPHASIC EFFECT ON NOCICEPTION AND ANTIOPIATE ACTIVITY OF THE NEUROPEPTIDE FF (FLFQPQRFAMIDE) IN THE RAT

      Peptides


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