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    1. Laurido, C; Pelissier, T; Perez, H; Flores, F; Hernandez, A
      Effect of ketamine on spinal cord nociceptive transmission in normal and monoarthritic rats

      NEUROREPORT
    2. Luccarini, P; Sessle, BJ; Woda, A
      Superficial and deep convergent nociceptive neurons are differentially affected by N-methyl-D-aspartate applied on the brainstem surface of the rat medullary dorsal horn

      NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Cao, CQ; Hong, YG; Dray, A; Perkins, MN
      Selective depression of nociceptive responses of dorsal horn neurones by SNC 80 in a perfused hindquarter preparation of adult mouse

      NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Staud, R; Vierck, CJ; Cannon, RL; Mauderli, AP; Price, DD
      Abnormal sensitization and temporal summation of second pain (wind-up) in patients with fibromyalgia syndrome

      PAIN
    5. Kanda, K; Sato, H; Kemuriyama, T; Iwata, K
      Temporal facilitation of the flexor reflex induced by C-fiber activity: comparison between adult and aged rats

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    6. Pitts, PA
      Interactions between Florida Bay and Atlantic shelf waters in response to tropical storm Gordon

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    7. Hedo, G; Lopez-Garcia, JA
      Alpha-1A adrenoceptors modulate potentiation of spinal nociceptive pathways in the rat spinal cord in vitro

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    8. Jones, MW; McClean, M; Parsons, CG; Headley, PM
      The in vivo relevance of the varied channel-blocking properties of uncompetitive NMDA antagonists: tests on spinal neurones

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    9. Mazario, J; Gaitan, G; Herrero, JF
      Cyclooxygenase-1 vs. cyclooxygenase-2 inhibitors in the induction of antinociception in rodent withdrawal reflexes

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    10. Enagonio, J; Montgomery, MT
      Tropical cyclogenesis via convectively forced vortex Rossby waves in a shallow water primitive equation model

      JOURNAL OF THE ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES
    11. Bajer, K; Bassom, AP; Gilbert, AD
      Accelerated diffusion in the centre of a vortex

      JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS
    12. Takuma, S
      Effect of neonatal capsaicin treatment on neural activity in the medullarydorsal horn of neonatal rats evoked by electrical stimulation to the trigeminal afferents: an optical, electrophysiological, and quantitative study

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    13. Bassom, AP; Gilbert, AD
      The relaxation of vorticity fluctuations in approximately elliptical streamlines

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES A-MATHEMATICAL PHYSICAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCES
    14. Warncke, T; Stubhaug, A; Jorum, E
      Preinjury treatment with morphine or ketamine inhibits the development of experimentally induced secondary hyperalgesia in man

      PAIN
    15. Graven-Nielsen, T; Kendall, SA; Henriksson, KG; Bengtsson, M; Sorensen, J; Johnson, A; Gerdle, B; Arendt-Nielsen, L
      Ketamine reduces muscle pain, temporal summation, and referred pain in fibromyalgia patients

      PAIN
    16. Chizh, BA; Scheede, M; Schlutz, H
      Antinociception and (R,S)-alpha-amino-3-hydroxy-5-methyl-4-isoxazole propionic acid antagonism by gabapentin in the rat spinal cord in vivo

      NAUNYN-SCHMIEDEBERGS ARCHIVES OF PHARMACOLOGY
    17. 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
    18. Dallel, R; Duale, C; Luccarini, P; Molat, JL
      Stimulus-function, wind-up and modulation by diffuse noxious inhibitory controls of responses of convergent neurons of the spinal trigeminal nucleus oralis

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    19. Lygouras, JN
      DC thruster controller implementation with integral anti-wind up compensator for underwater ROV

      JOURNAL OF INTELLIGENT & ROBOTIC SYSTEMS
    20. Hedo, G; Laird, JMA; Lopez-Garcia, JA
      Time-course of spinal sensitization following carrageenan-induced inflammation in the young rat: A comparative electrophysiological and behavioural study in vitro and in vivo

      NEUROSCIENCE
    21. Svendsen, F; Rygh, LJ; Hole, K; Tjolsen, A
      Dorsal horn NMDA receptor function is changed after peripheral inflammation

      PAIN
    22. Mazario, J; Herrero, JF
      Antinociceptive effects of metamizol (dipyrone) in rat single motor units

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    23. Herrero, JF; Solano, RE
      The antinociceptive effect of the mu-opioid fentanyl is reduced in the presence of the alpha(2)-adrenergic antagonist idazoxan in inflammation

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    24. Mantz, RJ; Puleston, PF; De Battista, H
      Output overshoots in systems with integral action operating in sliding mode

      AUTOMATICA
    25. Kim, J; Choi, HD; Lee, JH; Lee, DS
      An anti-wind-up controller design for rocket control systems with control input saturation

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART G-JOURNAL OF AEROSPACE ENGINEERING
    26. EBERT B; THORKILDSEN C; ANDERSEN S
      KETOBEMIDONE PLUS (RS)-3-DIMETHYLAMINO-1,1-DIPHENYLBUT-1-ENE (A29) ISMORE POTENT AT NMDA RECEPTORS THAN KETOBEMIDONE ALONE - EVIDENCE FOR A29 AS A NONCOMPETITIVE NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST

      Pharmacology & toxicology
    27. EBERT B; ANDERSEN S; HJEDS H; DICKENSON AH
      DEXTROPROPOXYPHENE ACTS AS A NONCOMPETITIVE N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE ANTAGONIST

      Journal of pain and symptom management
    28. BUDAI D; LARSON AA
      THE INVOLVEMENT OF METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS IN SENSORY TRANSMISSION IN DORSAL HORN OF THE RAT SPINAL-CORD

      Neuroscience
    29. GOTTRUP H; NIELSEN J; ARENDTNIELSEN L; JENSEN TS
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SENSORY THRESHOLDS AND MECHANICAL HYPERALGESIA IN NERVE INJURY

      Pain
    30. PUD D; EISENBERG E; SPITZER A; ADLER R; FRIED G; YARNITSKY D
      THE NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST AMANTADINE REDUCES SURGICAL NEUROPATHIC PAIN IN CANCER-PATIENTS - A DOUBLE-BLIND, RANDOMIZED, PLACEBO-CONTROLLED TRIAL

      Pain
    31. PEDERSEN JL; ANDERSEN OK; ARENDTNIELSEN L; KEHLET H
      HYPERALGESIA AND TEMPORAL SUMMATION OF PAIN AFTER HEAT INJURY IN MAN

      Pain
    32. MAGERL W; WILK SH; TREEDE RD
      SECONDARY HYPERALGESIA AND PERCEPTUAL WIND-UP FOLLOWING INTRADERMAL INJECTION OF CAPSAICIN IN HUMANS

      Pain
    33. EISENBERG E; PUD D
      CAN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC NEUROPATHIC PAIN BE CURED BY ACUTE ADMINISTRATION OF THE NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST AMANTADINE

      Pain
    34. 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
    35. HAMBA M
      STIMULATION-INDUCED RESPONSES OF THE TRIGEMINAL CAUDAL NEURONS IN THEBRAIN-STEM PREPARATION ISOLATED FROM NEWBORN RATS

      Brain research
    36. Koppert, W; Zeck, S; Sittl, R; Likar, R; Knoll, R; Schmelz, M
      Low-dose lidocaine suppresses experimentally induced hyperalgesia in humans

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    37. KUWAGI K; OZOE H
      ANALYSIS OF GAS-LIQUID 2-PHASE FLOW IN A CYLINDRICAL VESSEL (COMPARISONS OF 2-PHASE FLOW MODELS AND HIGHER-ORDER UP-WIND DIFFERENCE-SCHEMES)

      Kagaku kogaku ronbunshu
    38. URSU I; URSU F; VLADIMIRESCU M
      THE SYNTHESIS OF 2 SUBOPTIMAL ELECTROHYDRAULIC SUSPENSIONS, ACTIVE AND SEMIACTIVE, EMPLOYING THE RECEDING HORIZON METHOD

      Nonlinear analysis
    39. CHIZH BA; CUMBERBATCH MJ; HERRERO JF; STIRK GC; HEADLEY PM
      STIMULUS-INTENSITY, CELL EXCITATION AND THE N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTOR COMPONENT OF SENSORY RESPONSES IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD IN-VIVO

      Neuroscience
    40. WARNCKE T; STUBHAUG A; JORUM E
      KETAMINE, AN NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST, SUPPRESSES SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL PROPERTIES OF BURN-INDUCED SECONDARY HYPERALGESIA IN MAN - A DOUBLE-BLIND, CROSS-OVER COMPARISON WITH MORPHINE AND PLACEBO

      Pain
    41. CHAPMAN V; WILDMAN MA; DICKENSON AH
      DISTINCT ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF 2 SPINALLY ADMINISTERED MEMBRANE STABILIZING DRUGS, BUPIVACAINE AND LAMOTRIGINE

      Pain
    42. GEYER WR
      INFLUENCE OF WIND ON DYNAMICS AND FLUSHING OF SHALLOW ESTUARIES

      Estuarine, coastal and shelf science
    43. HERRERO JF; PARRADO A; CERVERO F
      CENTRAL AND PERIPHERAL ACTIONS OF THE NSAID KETOPROFEN ON SPINAL-CORDNOCICEPTIVE REFLEXES

      Neuropharmacology
    44. VIERCK CJ; CANNON RL; FRY G; MAIXNER W; WHITSEL BL
      CHARACTERISTICS OF TEMPORAL SUMMATION OF 2ND PAIN SENSATIONS ELICITEDBY BRIEF CONTACT OF GLABROUS SKIN BY A PREHEATED THERMODE

      Journal of neurophysiology
    45. FUSCO BM; COLANTONI O; GIACOVAZZO M
      ALTERATION OF CENTRAL EXCITATION CIRCUITS IN CHRONIC HEADACHE AND ANALGESIC MISUSE

      Headache
    46. PARADA CA; LUCCARINI P; WODA A
      EFFECT OF AN NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST ON THE WIND-UP OF NEURONS IN THE TRIGEMINAL ORALIS SUBNUCLEUS

      Brain research
    47. MARCOPOLI VR; PHILLIPS SM
      ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS TOOLS FOR A CLASS OF ACTUATOR-LIMITED MULTIVARIABLE CONTROL-SYSTEMS - A LINEAR MATRIX INEQUALITY APPROACH

      International journal of robust and nonlinear control
    48. MELLER ST
      KETAMINE - RELIEF FROM CHRONIC PAIN THROUGH ACTIONS AT THE NMDA RECEPTOR

      Pain
    49. FELSBY S; NIELSEN J; ARENDTNIELSEN L; JENSEN TS
      NMDA RECEPTOR BLOCKADE IN CHRONIC NEUROPATHIC PAIN - A COMPARISON OF KETAMINE AND MAGNESIUM-CHLORIDE

      Pain
    50. HERRERO JF; CERVERO F
      SUPRASPINAL INFLUENCES ON THE FACILITATION OF RAT NOCICEPTIVE REFLEXES INDUCED BY CARRAGEENAN MONOARTHRITIS

      Neuroscience letters
    51. BRITTON NF; CHAPLAIN MAJ; SKEVINGTON SM
      THE ROLE OF N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE (NMDA) RECEPTORS IN WIND-UP - A MATHEMATICAL-MODEL

      IMA journal of mathematics applied in medicine and biology
    52. HARTELL NA; HEADLEY PM
      NMDA-RECEPTOR CONTRIBUTION TO SPINAL NOCICEPTIVE REFLEXES - INFLUENCEOF STIMULUS PARAMETERS AND OF PREPARATORY SURGERY

      Neuropharmacology
    53. CHIZH BA; HEADLEY PM
      THYROTROPIN-RELEASING-HORMONE FACILITATES SPINAL NOCICEPTIVE RESPONSES BY POTENTIATING NMDA RECEPTOR-MEDIATED TRANSMISSION

      European journal of pharmacology
    54. STANFA LC; CHAPMAN V; KERR N; DICKENSON AH
      INHIBITORY-ACTION OF NOCICEPTIN ON SPINAL DORSAL HORN NEURONS OF THE RAT, IN-VIVO

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    55. LAIRD JMA; MASON GS; WEBB J; HILL RG; HARGREAVES RJ
      EFFECTS OF A PARTIAL AGONIST AND A FULL ANTAGONIST ACTING AT THE GLYCINE SITE OF THE NMDA RECEPTOR ON INFLAMMATION-INDUCED MECHANICAL HYPERALGESIA IN RATS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    56. ARENDTNIELSEN L; NIELSEN J; PETERSENFELIX S; SCHNIDER TW; ZBINDEN AM
      EFFECT OF RACEMIC-MIXTURE AND THE (S-ISOMER OF KETAMINE ON TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL SUMMATION OF PAIN())

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    57. BARANAUSKAS G; NISTRI A
      NMDA RECEPTOR-INDEPENDENT MECHANISMS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE RATE OF RISEOF CUMULATIVE DEPOLARIZATION EVOKED BY TRAINS OF DORSAL-ROOT STIMULI ON RAT SPINAL MOTONEURONS

      Brain research
    58. STANFA LC; MISRA C; DICKENSON AH
      AMPLIFICATION OF SPINAL NOCICEPTIVE TRANSMISSION DEPENDS ON THE GENERATION OF NITRIC-OXIDE IN NORMAL AND CARRAGEENAN RATS

      Brain research
    59. HERRERO JF; CERVERO F
      CHANGES IN NOCICEPTIVE REFLEX FACILITATION DURING CARRAGEENAN-INDUCEDARTHRITIS

      Brain research
    60. BUDAI D; LARSON AA
      ROLE OF SUBSTANCE-P IN THE MODULATION OF C-FIBER-EVOKED RESPONSES OF SPINAL DORSAL HORN NEURONS

      Brain research
    61. PARK KM; MAX MB; ROBINOVITZ E; GRACELY RH; BENNETT GJ
      EFFECTS OF INTRAVENOUS KETAMINE, ALFENTANIL, OR PLACEBO ON PAIN, PINPRICK HYPERALGESIA, AND ALLODYNIA PRODUCED BY INTRADERMAL CAPSAICIN IN HUMAN-SUBJECTS

      Pain
    62. XU XJ; ELFVIN A; WIESENFELDHALLIN Z
      SUBCUTANEOUS CARRAGEENAN, BUT NOT FORMALIN, INCREASES THE EXCITABILITY OF THE NOCICEPTIVE FLEXOR REFLEX IN THE RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    63. KAUPPILA T; GRONROOS M; PERTOVAARA A
      AN ATTEMPT TO ATTENUATE EXPERIMENTAL PAIN IN HUMANS BY DEXTROMETHORPHAN, AN NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    64. DICKENSON AH
      SPINAL-CORD PHARMACOLOGY OF PAIN

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    65. KRISTENSEN JD; HARTVIG P; KARLSTEN R; GORDH T; HALLDIN M
      CSF AND PLASMA PHARMACOKINETICS OF THE NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST CPP AFTER INTRATHECAL, EXTRADURAL AND IV ADMINISTRATION IN ANESTHETIZED PIGS

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    66. ARENDTNIELSEN L; PETERSENFELIX S; FISCHER M; BAK P; BJERRING P; ZBINDEN AM
      THE EFFECT OF N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE ANTAGONIST (KETAMINE) ON SINGLE AND REPEATED NOCICEPTIVE STIMULI - A PLACEBO-CONTROLLED EXPERIMENTAL HUMAN STUDY

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    67. KYYTSONEN M
      OPTIREEL - A NEW REELING CONCEPT - A WAY TO BUILDING THE OPTIMUM REEL

      Pulp & paper Canada
    68. EIDE PK; JORUM E; STUBHAUG A; BREMNES J; BREIVIK H
      RELIEF OF POSTHERPETIC NEURALGIA WITH THE N-METHYL-D-ASPARTIC ACID RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST KETAMINE - A DOUBLE-BLIND, CROSS-OVER COMPARISON WITH MORPHINE AND PLACEBO

      Pain
    69. LUO L; PUKE MJC; WIESENFELDHALLIN Z
      THE EFFECTS OF INTRATHECAL MORPHINE AND CLONIDINE ON THE PREVENTION AND REVERSAL OF SPINAL-CORD HYPEREXCITABILITY FOLLOWING SCIATIC-NERVE SECTION IN THE RAT

      Pain
    70. BUDAI D
      A COMPUTER-CONTROLLED SYSTEM FOR POSTSTIMULUS TIME HISTOGRAM AND WIND-UP STUDIES

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    71. GHORPADE A; ADVOKAT C
      EVIDENCE OF A ROLE FOR N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE (NMDA) RECEPTORS IN THE FACILITATION OF TAIL WITHDRAWAL AFTER SPINAL TRANSECTION

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    72. TRUJILLO KA; AKIL H
      INHIBITION OF OPIATE TOLERANCE BY NONCOMPETITIVE N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATERECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS

      Brain research
    73. CHI SI; LEVINE JD; BASBAUM AI
      EFFECTS OF INJURY DISCHARGE ON THE PERSISTENT EXPRESSION OF SPINAL-CORD FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY PRODUCED BY SCIATIC-NERVE TRANSECTION IN THE RAT

      Brain research


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