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    1. Lao, LX; Zhang, G; Wei, F; Berman, BM; Ren, K
      Electro-acupuncture attenuates behavioral hyperalgesia and selectively reduces spinal fos protein expression in rats with persistent inflammation

      JOURNAL OF PAIN
    2. Danziger, N; Weil-Fugazza, J; Le Bars, D; Bouhassira, D
      Stage-dependent changes in the modulation of spinal nociceptive neuronal activity during the course of inflammation

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Jensen, TS
      Recent advances in pain research: implications for chronic headache

      CEPHALALGIA
    4. Nakamura, K; Li, YQ; Kaneko, T; Katoh, H; Negishi, M
      Prostaglandin EP3 receptor protein in serotonin and catecholamine cell groups: A double immunofluorescence study in the rat brain

      NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Morgan, MM; Carrive, P
      Activation of the ventrolateral periaqueductal gray reduces locomotion butnot mean arterial pressure in awake, freely moving rats

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

      PAIN
    8. Danziger, N; Gautron, M; Le Bars, D; Bouhassira, D
      Activation of diffuse noxious inhibitory controls (DNIC) in rats with an experimental peripheral mononeuropathy

      PAIN
    9. Rydh-Rinder, M; Berge, OG; Hokfelt, T
      Antinociceptive effects after intrathecal administration of phosphodiester-, 2 '-O-allyl-, and C-5-propyne-modified antisense oligodeoxynucleotides targeting the NMDAR1 subunit in mouse

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    10. Mason, P; Escobedo, I; Burgin, C; Bergan, J; Lee, JH; Last, EJ; Holub, AL
      Nociceptive responsiveness during slow-wave sleep and waking in the rat

      SLEEP
    11. Edwards, L; Ring, C; McIntyre, D; Carroll, D
      Modulation of the human nociceptive flexion reflex across the cardiac cycle

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    12. Meagher, MW; Arnau, RC; Rhudy, JL
      Pain and emotion: Effects of affective picture modulation

      PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE
    13. Yang, ZL; Zhang, YQ; Wu, GC
      Effects of microinjection of OFQ into PAG on spinal dorsal horn WDR neurons in rats

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    14. Backonja, MM
      Anticonvulsants (antineuropathics) for neuropathic pain syndromes

      CLINICAL JOURNAL OF PAIN
    15. Lipchik, GL; Holroyd, KA; O'Donnell, FJ; Cordingley, GE; Waller, S; Labus, J; Davis, MK; French, DJ
      Exteroceptive suppression periods and pericranial muscle tenderness in chronic tension-type headache: effects of psychopathology, chronicity and disability

      CEPHALALGIA
    16. Wang, QP; Guan, JL; Shioda, S
      Synaptic contacts between serotonergic and cholinergic neurons in the rat dorsal raphe nucleus and laterodorsal tegmental nucleus

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

      PAIN
    18. Koyama, N; Nishio, T; Yokota, T
      Non-serotonergic midbrain neurons are involved in picrotoxin-induced analgesia. An immunohistochemical study in the rat

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    19. Nakamoto, H; Soeda, Y; Takami, S; Minami, M; Satoh, M
      Localization of calcitonin receptor mRNA in the mouse brain: coexistence with serotonin transporter mRNA

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    20. Scherder, EJA
      Low use of analgesics in Alzheimer's disease: Possible mechanisms

      PSYCHIATRY-INTERPERSONAL AND BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES
    21. Neufeld, JD; Holroyd, KA; Lipchik, GL
      Dynamic assessment of abnormalities in central pain transmission and modulation in tension-type headache sufferers

      HEADACHE
    22. Bitner, RS; Nikkel, AL; Curzon, P; Donnelly-Roberts, DL; Puttfarcken, PS; Namovic, M; Jacobs, IC; Meyer, MD; Decker, MW
      Reduced nicotinic receptor-mediated antinociception following in vivo antisense knock-down in rat

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    23. Kang, YM; Ouyang, W; Chen, JY; Qiao, JT; Dafny, N
      Norepinephrine modulates single hypothalamic arcuate neurons via alpha(1) and beta adrenergic receptors

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    24. Hirakawa, N; Tershner, SA; Fields, HL
      Highly delta selective antagonists in the RVM attenuate the antinociceptive effect of PAG DAMGO

      NEUROREPORT
    25. Hammack, SE; Hartley, CE; Lea, SE; Maier, SF; Watkins, LR; Sutton, LC
      Inescapable shock-induced potentiation of morphine analgesia in rats: Sites of action

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    26. Monassi, CR; Leite-Panissi, CRA; Menescal-De-Oliveira, L
      Ventrolateral periaqueductal gray matter and the control of tonic immobility

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    27. Zhang, S; Tang, JS; Yuan, B; Jia, H
      Electrically-evoked inhibitory effects of the nucleus submedius on the jaw-opening reflex are mediated by ventrolateral orbital cortex and periaqueductal gray matter in the rat

      NEUROSCIENCE
    28. Saade, NE; Kafrouni, AI; Saab, CY; Atweh, SF; Jabbur, SJ
      Chronic thalamotomy increases pain-related behavior in rats

      PAIN
    29. Heinricher, MM; McGaraughty, S; Farr, DA
      The role of excitatory amino acid transmission within the rostral ventromedial medulla in the antinociceptive actions of systemically administered morphine

      PAIN
    30. Kastrup, Y; Hallbeck, M; Amandusson, A; Hirata, S; Hermanson, O; Blomqvist, A
      Progesterone receptor expression in the brainstem of the female rat

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    31. Danziger, N; Weil-Fugazza, J; Le Bars, D; Bouhassira, D
      Alteration of descending modulation of nociception during the course of monoarthritis in the Rat

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    32. Saade, NE; Atweh, SF; Privat, A; Jabbur, SJ
      Inhibitory effects from various types of dorsal column and raphe magnus stimulations on nociceptive withdrawal flexion reflexes

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    33. MEAGHER MW; ILLICH PA; SALINAS JA
      PHYSOSTIGMINES IMPACT ON BRIEF SHOCK-INDUCED HYPOALGESIA PARALLELS ITS EFFECT ON MEMORY

      Neurobiology of learning and memory (Print)
    34. GUTSTEIN HB; MANSOUR A; WATSON SJ; AKIL H; FIELDS HL
      MU-OPIOID AND KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTORS IN PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY AND ROSTRAL VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA

      NeuroReport
    35. BELFER I; DAVIDSON E; RATNER A; BEERY E; SHIR Y; SELTZER Z
      DIETARY SUPPLEMENTATION WITH THE INHIBITORY AMINO-ACID TAURINE SUPPRESSES AUTOTOMY IN HA RATS

      NeuroReport
    36. HEINRICHER MM; MCGARAUGHTY S
      ANALYSIS OF EXCITATORY AMINO-ACID TRANSMISSION WITHIN THE ROSTRAL VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA - IMPLICATIONS FOR CIRCUITRY

      Pain
    37. MORRIS V; CRUWYS S; KIDD B
      INCREASED CAPSAICIN-INDUCED SECONDARY HYPERALGESIA AS A MARKER OF ABNORMAL SENSORY ACTIVITY IN PATIENTS WITH FIBROMYALGIA

      Neuroscience letters
    38. SHIR Y; RATNER A; RAJA SN; CAMPBELL JN; SELTZER Z
      NEUROPATHIC PAIN FOLLOWING PARTIAL NERVE INJURY IN RATS IS SUPPRESSEDBY DIETARY SOY

      Neuroscience letters
    39. GAO KM; CHEN DO; GENZEN JR; MASON P
      ACTIVATION OF SEROTONERGIC NEURONS IN THE RAPHE MAGNUS IS NOT NECESSARY FOR MORPHINE ANALGESIA

      The Journal of neuroscience
    40. KEMPPAINEN P; HAMALAINEN O; KONONEN M
      DIFFERENT EFFECTS OF PHYSICAL EXERCISE ON COLD PAIN SENSITIVITY IN FIGHTER PILOTS WITH AND WITHOUT THE HISTORY OF ACUTE IN-FLIGHT NECK PAINATTACKS

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    41. JONES DL; SORKIN LS
      SYSTEMIC GABAPENTIN AND S(-3-ISOBUTYL-GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC ACID BLOCK SECONDARY HYPERALGESIA())

      Brain research
    42. BOYER JS; MORGAN MM; CRAFT RM
      MICROINJECTION OF MORPHINE INTO THE ROSTRAL VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA PRODUCES GREATER ANTINOCICEPTION IN MALE COMPARED TO FEMALE RATS

      Brain research
    43. Omote, K; Kawamata, T; Kawamata, M; Namiki, A
      Formalin-induced nociception activates a monoaminergic descending inhibitory system

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    44. MORGAN MM; GRISEL JE; ROBBINS CS; GRANDY DK
      ANTINOCICEPTION MEDIATED BY THE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY IS ATTENUATED BY ORPHANIN FQ

      NeuroReport
    45. SKINNER K; BASBAUM AI; FIELDS HL
      CHOLECYSTOKININ AND ENKEPHALIN IN BRAIN-STEM PAIN MODULATING CIRCUITS

      NeuroReport
    46. LAUTENBACHER S; ROLLMAN GB
      POSSIBLE DEFICIENCIES OF PAIN MODULATION IN FIBROMYALGIA

      The Clinical journal of pain
    47. WILLIS WD; WESTLUND KN
      NEUROANATOMY OF THE PAIN SYSTEM AND OF THE PATHWAYS THAT MODULATE PAIN

      Journal of clinical neurophysiology
    48. MANSIKKA H; PERTOVAARA A
      SUPRASPINAL INFLUENCE ON HINDLIMB WITHDRAWAL THRESHOLDS AND MUSTARD OIL-INDUCED SECONDARY ALLODYNIA IN RATS

      Brain research bulletin
    49. ZHANG C; YANG SW; GUO YG; QIAO JT; DAFNY N
      LOCUS-COERULEUS STIMULATION MODULATES THE NOCICEPTIVE RESPONSE IN PARAFASCICULAR NEURONS - AN ANALYSIS OF DESCENDING AND ASCENDING PATHWAYS

      Brain research bulletin
    50. HEINRICHER MM; ROYCHOWDHURY SM
      REFLEX-RELATED ACTIVATION OF PUTATIVE PAIN FACILITATING NEURONS IN ROSTRAL VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA REQUIRES EXCITATORY AMINO-ACID TRANSMISSION

      Neuroscience
    51. SHIR Y; RATNER A; SELTZER Z
      DIET CAN MODIFY AUTOTOMY BEHAVIOR IN RATS FOLLOWING PERIPHERAL NEURECTOMY

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

      The Journal of neuroscience
    53. REN K; BLASS EM; ZHOU QQ; DUBNER R
      SUCKLING AND SUCROSE INGESTION SUPPRESS PERSISTENT HYPERALGESIA AND SPINAL FOS EXPRESSION AFTER FOREPAW INFLAMMATION IN INFANT RATS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    54. GAO KM; MASON P
      SOMATODENDRITIC AND AXONAL ANATOMY OF INTRACELLULARLY LABELED SEROTONERGIC NEURONS IN THE RAT MEDULLA

      Journal of comparative neurology
    55. 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
    56. MENG XW; BUDRA B; SKINNER K; OHARA PT; FIELDS HL
      NORADRENERGIC INPUT TO NOCICEPTIVE MODULATORY NEURONS IN THE RAT ROSTRAL VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA

      Journal of comparative neurology
    57. PENG YB; LIN Q; WILLIS WD
      INVOLVEMENT OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C IN RESPONSES OF RAT DORSAL HORN NEURONS TO MECHANICAL STIMULI AND PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY DESCENDING INHIBITION

      Experimental Brain Research
    58. DUPOUY V; ZAJAC JM
      NEUROPEPTIDE FF RECEPTORS CONTROL MORPHINE-INDUCED ANALGESIA IN THE PARAFASCICULAR NUCLEUS AND THE DORSAL RAPHE NUCLEUS

      European journal of pharmacology
    59. PAN ZZ; FIELDS HL
      ENDOGENOUS OPIOID-MEDIATED INHIBITION OF PUTATIVE PAIN-MODULATING NEURONS IN RAT ROSTRAL VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA

      Neuroscience
    60. MORGAN MM; WHITNEY PK
      BEHAVIORAL-ANALYSIS OF DIFFUSE NOXIOUS INHIBITORY CONTROLS (DNIC) - ANTINOCICEPTION AND ESCAPE REACTIONS

      Pain
    61. KOSEK E; EKHOLM J; HANSSON P
      MODULATION OF PRESSURE PAIN THRESHOLDS DURING AND FOLLOWING ISOMETRICCONTRACTION IN PATIENTS WITH FIBROMYALGIA AND IN HEALTHY CONTROLS

      Pain
    62. KOSEK E; EKHOLM J
      MODULATION OF PRESSURE PAIN THRESHOLDS DURING AND FOLLOWING ISOMETRICCONTRACTION (VOL 61, PG 481, 1995)

      Pain
    63. KOSEK E; EKHOLM J; HANSSON P
      INCREASED PRESSURE PAIN SENSIBILITY IN FIBROMYALGIA PATIENTS IS LOCATED DEEP TO THE SKIN BUT NOT RESTRICTED TO MUSCLE-TISSUE (VOL 63, PG 335, 1995)

      Pain
    64. GARRISON DW; FOREMAN RD
      EFFECTS OF TRANSCUTANEOUS ELECTRICAL NERVE-STIMULATION (TENS) ON SPONTANEOUS AND NOXIOUSLY EVOKED DORSAL HORN CELL-ACTIVITY IN CATS WITH TRANSECTED SPINAL-CORDS

      Neuroscience letters
    65. SIM LJ; SELLEY DE; DWORKIN SI; CHILDERS SR
      EFFECTS OF CHRONIC MORPHINE ADMINISTRATION ON MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR-STIMULATED [S-35] GTP-GAMMA-S AUTORADIOGRAPHY IN RAT-BRAIN

      The Journal of neuroscience
    66. POHL J; ARNOLD H; SCHULZ A; PAUSE BM; SCHULTE HM; FEHMWOLFSDORF G
      MODULATION OF PAIN PERCEPTION IN MAN BY A VASOPRESSIN ANALOG

      Peptides
    67. MANSIKKA H; IDANPAANHEIKKILA JJ; PERTOVAARA A
      DIFFERENT ROLES OF ALPHA(2)-ADRENOCEPTORS OF THE MEDULLA VERSUS THE SPINAL-CORD IN MODULATION OF MUSTARD OIL-INDUCED CENTRAL HYPERALGESIA IN RATS

      European journal of pharmacology
    68. TORTORICI V; VANEGAS H
      ANTI-NOCICEPTION INDUCED BY SYSTEMIC OR PAG-MICROINJECTED LYSINE-ACETYLSALICYLATE IN RATS - EFFECTS ON TAIL-FLICK RELATED ACTIVITY OF MEDULLARY OFF-CELLS AND ON-CELLS

      European journal of neuroscience
    69. KANJHAN R
      OPIOIDS AND PAIN

      Clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology
    70. KOSEK E; EKHOLM J; HANSSON P
      INCREASED PRESSURE PAIN SENSIBILITY IN FIBROMYALGIA PATIENTS IS LOCATED DEEP TO THE SKIN BUT NOT RESTRICTED TO MUSCLE-TISSUE

      Pain
    71. KOSEK E; EKHOLM J
      MODULATION OF PRESSURE PAIN THRESHOLDS DURING AND FOLLOWING ISOMETRICCONTRACTION

      Pain
    72. CHUDLER EH; DONG WK
      THE ROLE OF THE BASAL GANGLIA IN NOCICEPTION AND PAIN

      Pain
    73. POTREBIC SB; MASON P; FIELDS HL
      THE DENSITY AND DISTRIBUTION OF SEROTONERGIC APPOSITIONS ONTO IDENTIFIED NEURONS IN THE RAT ROSTRAL VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA

      The Journal of neuroscience
    74. HOGEWEG JA; KUIS W; HUYGEN ACJ; VANSTEENWIJK CD; BERNARDS ATM; OOSTENDORP RAB; HELDERS PJM
      THE PAIN THRESHOLD IN JUVENILE CHRONIC ARTHRITIS

      British journal of rheumatology
    75. KAUPPILA T; GRONROOS M; PERTOVAARA A
      AN ATTEMPT TO ATTENUATE EXPERIMENTAL PAIN IN HUMANS BY DEXTROMETHORPHAN, AN NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    76. WANG QP; NAKAI Y
      THE DORSAL RAPHE - AN IMPORTANT NUCLEUS IN PAIN MODULATION

      Brain research bulletin
    77. HERNANDEZ N; DMITRIEVA N; VANEGAS H
      MEDULLARY ON-CELL ACTIVITY DURING TAIL-FLICK INHIBITION PRODUCED BY HETEROTOPIC NOXIOUS-STIMULATION

      Pain
    78. LIU HY; CHANDLER S; BEITZ AJ; SHIPLEY MT; BEHBEHANI MM
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE EFFECT OF CHOLECYSTOKININ (CCK) ON NEURONS INTHE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY OF THE RAT - IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL AND IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES

      Brain research
    79. DERRIEN M; NOBLE F; MALDONADO R; ROQUES BP
      CHOLECYSTOKININ-A BUT NOT CHOLECYSTOKININ-B RECEPTOR STIMULATION INDUCES ENDOGENOUS OPIOID-DEPENDENT ANTINOCICEPTIVE EFFECTS IN THE HOT PLATE TEST IN MICE

      Neuroscience letters
    80. MELLER ST; GEBHART GF
      SILENT ISCHEMIA - A HYPOTHETICAL MECHANISM

      Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
    81. KANUI TI; TJOLSEN A; LUND A; MJELLEMJOLY N; HOLE K
      ANTINOCICEPTIVE EFFECTS OF INTRATHECAL ADMINISTRATION OF ALPHA-ADRENOCEPTOR ANTAGONISTS AND CLONIDINE IN THE FORMALIN TEST IN THE MOUSE

      Neuropharmacology
    82. KOYAMA N; YOKOTA T
      ASCENDING INHIBITION OF NOCICEPTIVE NEURONS IN THE NUCLEUS VENTRALIS POSTEROLATERALIS FOLLOWING CONDITIONING STIMULATION OF THE NUCLEUS RAPHE MAGNUS

      Brain research


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