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    1. Kelly, MK; Carvell, GE; Hartings, JA; Simons, DJ
      Axonal conduction properties of antidromically identified neurons in rat barrel cortex

      SOMATOSENSORY AND MOTOR RESEARCH
    2. Pedersen, JL
      Inflammatory pain in experimental burns in man

      DANISH MEDICAL BULLETIN
    3. Helyes, Z; Than, M; Oroszi, G; Pinter, E; Nemeth, J; Keri, G; Szolcsanyi, J
      Anti-nociceptive effect induced by somatostatin released from sensory nerve terminals and by synthetic somatostatin analogues in the rat

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    4. Ishigooka, M; Zermann, DH; Doggweiler, R; Schmidt, RA
      Similarity of distributions of spinal c-fos and plasma extravasation afteracute chemical irritation of the bladder and the prostate

      JOURNAL OF UROLOGY
    5. Than, M; Nemeth, J; Szilvassy, Z; Pinter, E; Helyes, Z; Szolcsanyi, J
      Systemic anti-inflammatory effect of somatostatin released from capsaicin-sensitive vagal and sciatic sensory fibres of the rat and guinea-pig

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    6. Robertson, D; Sellick, PM; Patuzzi, R
      The continuing search for outer hair cell afferents in the guinea pig spiral ganglion

      HEARING RESEARCH
    7. Lembeck, F; Sieler, D
      In vivo effects of the NMDA receptor agonist tetrazolyl-glycine related tothe function of small-diameter primary afferents

      NAUNYN-SCHMIEDEBERGS ARCHIVES OF PHARMACOLOGY
    8. Nemeth, J; Than, M; Sari, R; Peitl, B; Oroszi, G; Farkas, B; Szolcsanyi, J; Szilvassy, Z
      Impairment of neurogenic inflammatory and anti-inflammatory responses in diabetic rats

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    9. LIN TB; FU TC
      CAN ANTIDROMIC STIMULATION OF RAT MUSCLE AFFERENTS MODULATE THE SENSITIVITY OF MUSCLE-SPINDLES

      Neuroscience letters
    10. PAPATHEODOROPOULOS C; KOSTOPOULOS G
      DEVELOPMENT OF A TRANSIENT INCREASE IN RECURRENT INHIBITION AND PAIRED-PULSE FACILITATION IN HIPPOCAMPAL CA1 REGION

      Developmental brain research
    11. SZOLCSANYI J; PINTER E; HELYES Z; OROSZI G; NEMETH J
      SYSTEMIC ANTIINFLAMMATORY EFFECT INDUCED BY COUNTERIRRITATION THROUGHA LOCAL RELEASE OF SOMATOSTATIN FROM NOCICEPTORS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    12. WESSELMANN U; LAI J
      MECHANISMS OF REFERRED VISCERAL PAIN - UTERINE INFLAMMATION IN THE ADULT VIRGIN RAT RESULTS IN NEUROGENIC PLASMA EXTRAVASATION IN THE SKIN

      Pain
    13. TAMURA R; HANESCH U; SCHMIDT RF; KUMAZAWA T; MIZUMURA K
      CALCITONIN-GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE-LIKE AND SUBSTANCE P-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVE FIBERS IN THE SPERMATIC NERVE AND TESTIS OF THE DOG

      Neuroscience letters
    14. ZHENG HY; LAUVE A; PATTERSON LM; BERTHOUD HR
      LIMITED EXCITATORY LOCAL EFFECTOR FUNCTION OF GASTRIC VAGAL AFFERENT INTRAGANGLIONIC TERMINALS IN RATS

      American journal of physiology: Gastrointestinal and liver physiology
    15. KUKULA K; SZULCZYK PJ; URBANOWICZ A
      DISTRIBUTION OF COMPOUND POTENTIALS RECORDED FROM THE SURFACE OF ISOLATED STELLATE GANGLIA FOLLOWING STIMULATION OF POSTGANGLIONIC BRANCHES, IN RATS AND CATS

      Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis
    16. PINTER E; SZOLCSANYI J
      SYSTEMIC ANTIINFLAMMATORY EFFECT INDUCED BY ANTIDROMIC STIMULATION OFTHE DORSAL ROOTS IN THE RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    17. SCHMELZ M; SCHMIDT R; RINGKAMP M; FORSTER C; HANDWERKER HO; TOREBJORK HE
      LIMITATION OF SENSITIZATION TO INJURED PARTS OF RECEPTIVE-FIELDS IN HUMAN SKIN C-NOCICEPTORS

      Experimental Brain Research
    18. LIPSKI J; KANJHAN R; KRUSZEWSKA B; RONG WF
      CRITERIA FOR INTRACELLULAR IDENTIFICATION OF PRE-SYMPATHETIC NEURONS IN THE ROSTRAL VENTROLATERAL MEDULLA IN THE RAT

      Clinical and experimental hypertension
    19. JUEPTNER M; WEILLER C
      REVIEW - DOES MEASUREMENT OF REGIONAL CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW REFLECT SYNAPTIC ACTIVITY - IMPLICATIONS FOR PET AND FMRI

      NeuroImage
    20. BUXBAUMCONRADI H; EWERT JP
      PRETECTO-TECTAL INFLUENCES .1. WHAT THE TOADS PRETECTUM TELLS ITS TECTUM - AN ANTIDROMIC STIMULATION RECORDING STUDY

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    21. BOSCH TJ; MASLAM S; ROBERTS BL
      A POLYCLONAL ANTIBODY AGAINST MAMMALIAN FOS CAN BE USED AS A CYTOPLASMIC NEURONAL-ACTIVITY MARKER IN A TELEOST FISH

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    22. MESSLINGER K; HANESCH U; KUROSAWA M; PAWLAK M; SCHMIDT RF
      CALCITONIN-GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE RELEASED FROM DURAL NERVE-FIBERS MEDIATES INCREASE OF MENINGEAL BLOOD-FLOW IN THE RAT

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
    23. DECASTRO D; LIPSKI J; KANJHAN R
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDY OF DORSAL RESPIRATORY NEURONS IN THE MEDULLA-OBLONGATA OF THE RAT

      Brain research
    24. PERLMUTTER SI; ELDRED E
      EFFECTS OF HIGH-FREQUENCY (500-600 HZ), ANTIDROMIC STIMULATION ON PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SPINDLE AFFERENTS

      Journal of electromyography and kinesiology
    25. YONEHARA N; TAKIUCHI S; IMAI Y; INOKI R
      OPIOID PEPTIDE RELEASE EVOKED BY NOXIOUS-STIMULATION OF THE HIND INSTEP OF RATS

      Regulatory peptides
    26. YONEHARA N; TAKIUCHI S; IMAI Y; TANG FD; INOKI R
      INVOLVEMENT OF SUBSTANCE-P PRESENT IN SMALL-DIAMETER AFFERENT-FIBERS IN MICROCIRCULATORY HEMODYNAMICS OF THE RAT HIND INSTEP

      Regulatory peptides
    27. YONEHARA N; TANG FD; INOKI R
      EFFECT OF MORPHINE ON CHANGES IN CUTANEOUS BLOOD-FLOW INDUCED BY ANTIDROMIC STIMULATION OF PRIMARY AFFERENT-FIBERS IN THE HIND INSTEP OF RATS

      Japanese Journal of Pharmacology
    28. BERNATH S; ZIGMOND MJ; NISENBAUM ES; VIZI ES; BERGER TW
      NA-DEFICIENT CONDITIONS IN RESPONSE TO ELECTRICAL-FIELD DEPOLARIZATION( INFLUX THROUGH CA2+ CHANNELS CAN PROMOTE STRIATAL GABA EFFLUX IN CA2+)

      Brain research
    29. MIYAWAKI T; KAWAMURA H; MITSUBAYASHI H; USUI W; YASUGI T
      ALTERED BASAL FIRING PATTERN AND POSTACTIVATION INHIBITION OF LOCUS-CERULEUS NEURONS IN SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Neuroscience letters
    30. TREEDE RD; MEYER RA; RAJA SN; CAMPBELL JN
      PERIPHERAL AND CENTRAL MECHANISMS OF CUTANEOUS HYPERALGESIA

      Progress in neurobiology


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