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    1. Tajti, J; Uddman, R; Edvinsson, L
      Neuropeptide localization in the 'migraine generator' region of the human brainstem

      CEPHALALGIA
    2. Knight, YE; Goadsby, PJ
      The periaqueductal grey matter modulates trigeminovascular input: A role in migraine?

      NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Wang, MR; Kuo, JS; Chai, CY
      Nitric oxide produces different actions in different areas of the periaqueductal grey in cats

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    4. Yu, LC; Xu, SL; Xiong, W; Lundeberg, T
      The effect of galanin on wide-dynamic range neuron activity in the spinal dorsal horn of rats

      REGULATORY PEPTIDES
    5. Palazzo, E; Marabese, I; de Novellis, V; Oliva, P; Rossi, F; Berrino, L; Rossi, F; Maione, S
      Metabotropic and NMDA glutamate receptors participate in the cannabinoid-induced antinociception

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    6. Chiou, LC
      Differential antagonism by naloxone benzoylhydrazone of the activation of inward rectifying K+ channels by nociceptin and a mu-opioid in rat periaqueductal grey slices

      NAUNYN-SCHMIEDEBERGS ARCHIVES OF PHARMACOLOGY
    7. Lovick, TA
      Involvement of GABA in medullary raphe-evoked modulation of neuronal activity in the periaqueductal grey matter in the rat

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    8. Li, N; Lundeberg, T; Yu, LC
      Involvement of CGRP and CGRP1 receptor in nociception in the nucleus accumbens of rats

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

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    10. Wang, JZ; Lundeberg, T; Yu, LC
      Anti-nociceptive effect of neuropeptide Y in periaqueductal grey in rats with inflammation

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    11. Athwal, BS; Berkley, KJ; Hussain, I; Brennan, A; Craggs, M; Sakakibara, R; Frackowiak, RSJ; Fowler, CJ
      Brain responses to changes in bladder volume and urge to void in healthy men

      BRAIN
    12. Vargas, LC; Schenberg, LC
      Long-term effects of clomipramine and fluoxetine on dorsal periaqueductal grey-evoked innate defensive behaviours of the rat

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    13. Yajiri, Y; Huang, LYM
      Actions of endomorphins on synaptic transmission of A delta-fibers in spinal cord dorsal horn neurons

      JOURNAL OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE
    14. Sastre, JP; Buda, C; Lin, JS; Jouvet, M
      Differential c-fos expression in the rhinencephalon and striatum after enhanced sleep-wake states in the cat

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    15. Todd, AJ; McGill, MM; Shehab, SAS
      Neurokinin 1 receptor expression by neurons in laminae I, III and IV of the rat spinal dorsal horn that project to the brainstem

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    16. Wang, D; Lundeberg, T; Yu, LC
      Antinociceptive role of galanin in periaqueductal grey of rats with experimentally induced mononeuropathy

      NEUROSCIENCE
    17. Mutschler, NH; Miczek, KA; Hammer, RP
      Reduction of zif268 messenger RNA expression during prolonged withdrawal following "binge" cocaine self-administration in rats

      NEUROSCIENCE
    18. Christie, MJ; Connor, M; Vaughan, CW; Ingram, SL; Bagley, EE
      Cellular actions of opioids and other analgesics: Implications for synergism in pain relief

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL PHARMACOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    19. de Oliveira, RMW; Del Bel, EA; Mamede-Rosa, MLN; Padovan, CM; Deakin, JFW; Guimaraes, FS
      Expression of neuronal nitric oxide synthase mRNA in stress-related brain areas after restraint in rats

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    20. Moran, TD; Abdulla, FA; Smith, PA
      Cellular neurophysiological actions of nociceptin/orphanin FQ

      PEPTIDES
    21. Luthe, L; Hausler, U; Jurgens, U
      Neuronal activity in the medulla oblongata during vocalization. A single-unit recording study in the squirrel monkey

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    22. Jurgens, U; Zwirner, P
      Individual hemispheric asymmetry in vocal fold control of the squirrel monkey

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    23. Xu, SL; Lundeberg, T; Yu, LC
      Antinociceptive effects of calcitonin gene-related peptide injected into periaqueductal grey of rats with mononeuropathy

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    24. Wang, JZ; Lundeberg, T; Yu, LC
      Antinociceptive effects induced by intra-periaqueductal grey administration of neuropeptide Y in rats

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    25. Neophytou, SI; Graham, M; Williams, J; Aspley, S; Marsden, CA; Beckett, SRG
      Strain differences to the effects of aversive frequency ultrasound on behaviour and brain topography of c-fos expression in the rat

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    26. Wedemeyer, C; Vivas, L; Carrer, HF
      Peripeduncular lesion alters expression of c-fos induced in the female ratbrain by male mounting

      JOURNAL OF NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    27. N'Gouemo, P; Faingold, CL
      The periaqueductal grey is a critical site in the neuronal network for audiogenic seizures: modulation by GABA(A), NMDA and opioid receptors

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    28. Semenenko, FM; Lumb, BM
      Excitatory projections from the anterior hypothalamus to periaqueductal gray neurons that project to the medulla: A functional anatomical study

      NEUROSCIENCE
    29. Lovick, TA; Paul, NL
      Co-localization of GABA with nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate-dependent diaphorase in neurones in the dorsolateral periaqueductal grey matter of the rat

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    30. Jenck, F; Martin, JR; Moreau, JL
      The 5-HT1A receptor agonist flesinoxan increases aversion in a model of panic-like anxiety in rats

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    31. Leite-Panissi, CRA; Monassi, CR; Menescal-De-Oliveira, L
      Role of the amygdaloid nuclei in the modulation of tonic immobility in guinea pigs

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    32. Wenzel, B; Hedwig, B
      Neurochemical control of cricket stridulation revealed by pharmacological microinjections into the brain

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    33. Lovick, TA; Stezhka, VV
      Neurones in the dorsolateral periaqueductal grey matter in coronal slices of rat midbrain: electrophysiological and morphological characteristics

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    34. Connor, M; Schuller, A; Pintar, JE; Christie, MJ
      mu-opioid receptor modulation of calcium channel current in periaqueductalgrey neurons from C57B16/J mice and mutant mice lacking MOR-1

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    35. Wang, D; Ye, HH; Yu, LC; Lundeberg, T
      Intra-periaqueductal grey injection of galanin increases the nociceptive response latency in rats, an effect reversed by naloxone

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    36. Pandossio, JE; Brandao, ML
      Defensive reactions are counteracted by midazolam and muscimol and elicited by activation of glutamate receptors in the inferior colliculus of rats

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    37. Miczek, KA; Nikulina, E; Kream, RM; Carter, G; Espejo, EF
      Behavioral sensitization to cocaine after a brief social defeat stress: c-fos expression in the PAG

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    38. PAPKA RE; WILLIAMS S; MILLER KE; COPELIN T; PURI P
      CNS LOCATION OF UTERINE-RELATED NEURONS REVEALED BY TRANSSYNAPTIC TRACING WITH PSEUDORABIES VIRUS AND THEIR RELATION TO ESTROGEN RECEPTOR-IMMUNOREACTIVE NEURONS

      Neuroscience
    39. 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
    40. ISCOE S
      CONTROL OF ABDOMINAL MUSCLES

      Progress in neurobiology
    41. MANZANARES J; CORCHERO J; ROMERO J; FERNANDEZRUIZ JJ; RAMOS JA; FUENTES JA
      CHRONIC ADMINISTRATION OF CANNABINOIDS REGULATES PROENKEPHALIN MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS IN SELECTED REGIONS OF THE RAT-BRAIN

      Molecular brain research
    42. BLOK BFM; HOLSTEGE G
      THE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM CONTROL OF MICTURITION IN CATS AND HUMANS

      Behavioural brain research
    43. VAUGHAN CW
      ENHANCEMENT OF OPIOID INHIBITION OF GABAERGIC SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION BY CYCLOOXYGENASE INHIBITORS IN RAT PERIAQUEDUCTAL GREY NEURONS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    44. NIKULINA EM; MARCHAND JE; KREAM RM; MICZEK KA
      BEHAVIORAL SENSITIZATION TO COCAINE AFTER A BRIEF SOCIAL STRESS IS ACCOMPANIED BY CHANGES IN FOS EXPRESSION IN THE MURINE BRAIN-STEM

      Brain research
    45. KOZICZ T; VIGH S; ARIMURA A
      THE SOURCE OF ORIGIN OF PACAP-IMMUNOREACTIVE AND VIP-IMMUNOREACTIVE FIBERS IN THE LATERODORSAL DIVISION OF THE BED NUCLEUS OF THE STRIA TERMINALIS IN THE RAT

      Brain research
    46. AZKUE JJ; MATEOS JM; ELEZGARAI I; BENITEZ R; LAZARO E; STREIT P; GRANDES P
      GLUTAMATE-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN ASCENDING SPINOFUGAL AFFERENTS TO THE RAT PERIAQUEDUCTAL GREY

      Brain research
    47. MARTINS AP; MARRAS RA; GUIMARAES FS
      ANXIOGENIC EFFECT OF CORTICOTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE IN THE DORSAL PERIAQUEDUCTAL GREY

      NeuroReport
    48. BECKETT SRG; DUXON MS; ASPLEY S; MARSDEN CA
      CENTRAL C-FOS EXPRESSION FOLLOWING 20KHZ ULTRASOUND INDUCED DEFENSE BEHAVIOR IN THE RAT/

      Brain research bulletin
    49. STEZHKA VV; LOVICK TA
      PROJECTIONS FROM DORSAL RAPHE NUCLEUS TO THE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GREY-MATTER - STUDIES IN SLICES OF RAT MIDBRAIN MAINTAINED IN-VITRO

      Neuroscience letters
    50. HAMALAINEN MM; LOVICK TA
      ROLE OF NITRIC-OXIDE AND SEROTONIN IN MODULATION OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR DEFENSE RESPONSE EVOKED BY STIMULATION IN THE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GREY-MATTER IN RATS

      Neuroscience letters
    51. AZKUE JJ; KNOPFEL T; KUHN R; MATEOS JM; GRANDES P
      DISTRIBUTION OF THE METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE-RECEPTOR SUBTYPE MGLUR5 INRAT MIDBRAIN PERIAQUEDUCTAL GREY AND RELATIONSHIP WITH ASCENDING SPINOFUGAL AFFERENTS

      Neuroscience letters
    52. BECKETT S; MARSDEN CA
      THE EFFECT OF CENTRAL AND SYSTEMIC INJECTION OF THE 5-HT1A RECEPTOR AGONIST 8-OHDPAT AND THE 5-HT1A RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST WAY100635 ON PERIAQUEDUCTAL GREY-INDUCED DEFENSE BEHAVIOR

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    53. CHAI CY; WU WC; HWANG JJ; WANG MR; KUO JS
      ATTENUATION OF CARDIOVASCULAR REACTIONS OF VOCALIZED AND NON-VOCALIZED DEFENSE AREAS OF PERIAQUEDUCTAL GREY FOLLOWING LESIONS IN DORSOMEDIAL OR VENTROLATERAL MEDULLA OF CATS

      Journal of the autonomic nervous system
    54. MATHEUS MG; DELACERDA JC; GUIMARAES FS
      BEHAVIORAL-EFFECTS OF VEHICLE MICROINJECTED INTO THE DORSAL PERIAQUEDUCTAL GREY OF RATS TESTED IN THE ELEVATED PLUS-MAZE

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    55. WATERS AJ; LUMB BM
      INHIBITORY EFFECTS EVOKED FROM BOTH THE LATERAL AND VENTROLATERAL PERIAQUEDUCTAL GREY ARE SELECTIVE FOR THE NOCICEPTIVE RESPONSES OF RAT DORSAL HORN NEURONS

      Brain research
    56. BLOK BFM; WILLEMSEN ATM; HOLSTEGE G
      A PET STUDY ON BRAIN CONTROL OF MICTURITION IN HUMANS

      Brain
    57. MONGEAU R; MARSDEN CA
      EFFECT OF CENTRAL AND PERIPHERAL ADMINISTRATIONS OF CHOLECYSTOKININ-TETRAPEPTIDE ON PANIC-LIKE REACTIONS INDUCED BY STIMULATION OF THE DORSAL PERIAQUEDUCTAL GREY AREA IN THE RAT

      Biological psychiatry
    58. MATHEUS MG; GUIMARAES FS
      ANTAGONISM OF NON-NMDA RECEPTORS IN THE DORSAL PERIAQUEDUCTAL GREY INDUCES ANXIOLYTIC EFFECT IN THE ELEVATED PLUS-MAZE

      Psychopharmacology
    59. MONGEAU R; MARSDEN CA
      EFFECT OF IMIPRAMINE TREATMENTS ON THE 5-HT1A-RECEPTOR-MEDIATED INHIBITION OF PANIC-LIKE BEHAVIORS IN RATS

      Psychopharmacology
    60. PARRY DM; JOHNS N; SEMENENKO FM; SNOWBALL RK; HUDSON PM; LUMB BM
      GLUTAMATERGIC PROJECTIONS FROM THE ROSTRAL HYPOTHALAMUS TO THE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GREY

      NeuroReport
    61. JURGENS U; ZWIRNER P
      THE ROLE OF THE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GREY IN LIMBIC AND NEOCORTICAL VOCAL FOLD CONTROL

      NeuroReport
    62. SAKAMOTO T; KATADA A; NONAKA S; TAKAKUSAKI K
      ACTIVITIES OF EXPIRATORY NEURONS OF THE BOTZINGER COMPLEX DURING VOCALIZATION IN DECEREBRATE CATS

      NeuroReport
    63. SHIBA K; UMEZAKI T; ZHENG Y; MILLER AD
      FICTIVE VOCALIZATION IN THE CAT

      NeuroReport
    64. HARRIS JA
      DESCENDING ANTINOCICEPTIVE MECHANISMS IN THE BRAIN-STEM - THEIR ROLE IN THE ANIMALS DEFENSIVE SYSTEM

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-PARIS
    65. BERGQUIST J; VONA MJ; STILLER CO; OCONNOR WT; FALKENBERG T; EKMAN R
      CAPILLARY ELECTROPHORESIS WITH LASER-INDUCED FLUORESCENCE DETECTION -A SENSITIVE METHOD FOR MONITORING EXTRACELLULAR CONCENTRATIONS OF AMINO-ACIDS IN THE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GREY-MATTER

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    66. BERRINO L; PIZZIRUSSO A; MAIONE S; VITAGLIANO S; DAMICO M; ROSSI F
      HYPOTHALAMIC PARAVENTRICULAR NUCLEUS INVOLVEMENT IN THE PRESSOR RESPONSE TO N-METHYL-D-ASPARTIC ACID IN THE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GREY-MATTER

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    67. VERTES RP; CRANE AM
      DESCENDING PROJECTIONS OF THE POSTERIOR NUCLEUS OF THE HYPOTHALAMUS -PHASEOLUS-VULGARIS-LEUKOAGGLUTININ ANALYSIS IN THE RAT

      Journal of comparative neurology
    68. LOVICK TA; KEY BJ
      INHIBITORY EFFECT OF NITRIC-OXIDE ON NEURONAL-ACTIVITY IN THE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GREY-MATTER OF THE RAT

      Experimental Brain Research
    69. HUDSON PM; LUMB BM
      NEURONS IN THE MIDBRAIN PERIAQUEDUCTAL GREY SEND COLLATERAL PROJECTIONS TO NUCLEUS RAPHE MAGNUS AND THE ROSTRAL VENTROLATERAL MEDULLA IN THE RAT

      Brain research
    70. IWAMOTO GA; WAPPEL SM; FOX GM; BUETOW KA; WALDROP TG
      IDENTIFICATION OF DIENCEPHALIC AND BRAIN-STEM CARDIORESPIRATORY AREASACTIVATED DURING EXERCISE

      Brain research
    71. BORSZCZ GS
      PAVLOVIAN CONDITIONAL VOCALIZATIONS OF THE RAT - A MODEL SYSTEM FOR ANALYZING THE FEAR OF PAIN

      Behavioral neuroscience
    72. OSSIPOV MH; KOVELOWSKI CJ; NICHOLS ML; HRUBY VJ; PORRECA F
      CHARACTERIZATION OF SUPRASPINAL ANTINOCICEPTIVE ACTIONS OF OPIOID DELTA-AGONISTS IN THE RAT

      Pain
    73. JANIG W
      THE SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS-SYSTEM IN PAIN

      European journal of anaesthesiology
    74. SHIBA K; YOSHIDA K; MIURA T
      FUNCTIONAL ROLES OF THE SUPERIOR LARYNGEAL NERVE AFFERENTS IN ELECTRICALLY-INDUCED VOCALIZATION IN ANESTHETIZED CATS

      Neuroscience research
    75. LAM W; LOUIS WJ; VERBERNE AJM
      EFFECT OF DORSAL PERIAQUEDUCTAL GREY LESION ON BAROREFLEX AND CARDIOVASCULAR-RESPONSE TO AIR-JET STRESS

      Journal of the autonomic nervous system
    76. LOVICK TA; LI P; SCHENBERG LC
      MODULATION OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR DEFENSE RESPONSE BY LOW-FREQUENCY STIMULATION OF A DEEP SOMATIC NERVE IN RATS

      Journal of the autonomic nervous system
    77. BECKETT S; MARSDEN CA
      COMPUTER-ANALYSIS AND QUANTIFICATION OF PERIAQUEDUCTAL GREY-INDUCED DEFENSE BEHAVIOR

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    78. FANSELOW MS
      NEURAL ORGANIZATION OF THE DEFENSIVE BEHAVIOR SYSTEM RESPONSIBLE FOR FEAR

      Psychonomic bulletin & review
    79. SEMENENKO FM; WILLIAMS CJ; LUMB BM
      ENKEPHALINERGIC ROSTRAL HYPOTHALAMIC NEURONS DO NOT PROJECT TO THE INTERMEDIATE PAG IN THE RAT

      NeuroReport
    80. GUIMARAES FS; DEAGUIAR JC; DELBEL EA; BALLEJO G
      ANXIOLYTIC EFFECT OF NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE INHIBITORS MICROINJECTED INTO THE DORSAL CENTRAL GREY

      NeuroReport
    81. NAKAI M; TAMAKI K; OGATA J; MAEDA M
      METABOLIC AND NON-METABOLIC CEREBROVASOMOTOR MECHANISMS OPERATIONAL DURING HYPERTENSIVE STATES OF DIFFERENT ORIGIN IN RATS

      Journal of the autonomic nervous system
    82. VACCARINO AL; CHORNEY DA
      DESCENDING MODULATION OF CENTRAL NEURAL PLASTICITY IN THE FORMALIN PAIN TEST

      Brain research
    83. SCHENBERG LC; LOVICK TA
      NEURONS IN THE MEDULLARY RAPHE NUCLEI ATTENUATE THE CARDIOVASCULAR-RESPONSES EVOKED FROM THE DORSOLATERAL PERIAQUEDUCTAL GREY-MATTER

      Brain research
    84. SIDDALL PJ; POLSON JW; DAMPNEY RAL
      DESCENDING ANTINOCICEPTIVE PATHWAY FROM THE ROSTRAL VENTROLATERAL MEDULLA - A CORRELATIVE ANATOMICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDY

      Brain research


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