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    1. Sjolund, KF; Belfrage, M; Karlsten, R; Segerdahl, M; Arner, S; Gordh, T; Sollevi, A
      Systemic adenosine infusion reduces the area of tactile allodynia in neuropathic pain following peripheral nerve injury: a multi-centre, placebo-controlled study

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PAIN-LONDON
    2. Ma, QP
      Vanilloid receptor homologue, VRL1, is expressed by both A- and C-fiber sensory neurons

      NEUROREPORT
    3. Zagon, A; Hughes, DI
      Gating of vagal inputs by sciatic afferents in nonspinally projecting neurons in the rat rostral ventrolateral medulla oblongata

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    4. MacDermott, AB
      Glutamate and GABA: A painful combination

      NEURON
    5. Gao, X; Zhang, YQ; Zhang, LM; Wu, GC
      Effects of intraplantar injection of carrageenan on central dopamine release

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    6. Hu, JY; Zhao, ZQ
      Differential contributions of NMDA and non-NMDA receptors to spinal Fos expression evoked by superficial tissue and muscle inflammation in the rat

      NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Bajic, D; Van Bockstaele, EJ; Proudfit, HK
      Ultrastructural analysis of ventrolateral periaqueductal gray projections to the A7 catecholamine cell group

      NEUROSCIENCE
    8. Zhang, HM; Qi, YJ; Xiang, XY; Zhang, T; Liu, XG
      Time-dependent plasticity of synaptic transmission produced by long-term potentiation of C-fiber evoked field potentials in rat spinal dorsal horn

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    9. Loomis, CW; Khandwala, H; Osmond, G; Heffean, MP
      Coadministration of intrathecal strychnine and bicuculline effects synergistic allodynia in the rat: An isobolographic analysis

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    10. Larsson, M; Persson, S; Ottersen, OP; Broman, J
      Quantitative analysis of immunogold labeling indicates low levels and non-vesicular localization of L-aspartate in rat primary afferent terminals

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    11. Necker, R
      Spinocerebellar projections in the pigeon with special reference to the neck region of the body

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    12. Pertovaara, A; Wei, H; Kalmari, J; Ruotsalainen, M
      Pain behavior and response properties of spinal dorsal horn neurons following experimental diabetic neuropathy in the rat: Modulation by nitecapone, a COMT inhibitor with antioxidant properties

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    13. Ahmadi, S; Liebel, JT; Zeilhofer, HU
      The role of the ORL1 receptor in the modulation of spinal neurotransmission by nociceptin/orphanin FQ and nocistatin

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    14. Yamazaki, Y; Maeda, T; Someya, G; Wakisaka, S
      Temporal and spatial distribution of Fos protein in the lumbar spinal dorsal horn neurons in the rat with chronic constriction injury to the sciatic nerve

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    15. Whitehead, KJ; Manning, JP; Smith, CGS; Bowery, NG
      Determination of the extracellular concentration of glycine in the rat spinal cord dorsal horn by quantitative microdialysis

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    16. Zhang, YQ; Gao, X; Ji, GC; Wu, GC
      Expression of 5-HT2A receptor mRNA in rat spinal dorsal horn and some nuclei of brainstem after peripheral inflammation

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    17. Buritova, J; Besson, JM
      Urethane anaesthesia could partly mask antinociceptive effects of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs: a spinal c-Fos protein study

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    18. Yang, ZL; Zhang, YQ; Wu, GC
      Effects of microinjection of OFQ into PAG on spinal dorsal horn WDR neurons in rats

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    19. Vahle-Hinz, C; Detsch, O; Siemers, M; Kochs, E; Bromm, B
      Local GABA(A) receptor blockade reverses isoflurane's suppressive effects on thalamic neurons in vivo

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    20. Steinhoff, M; Vergnolle, N; Young, SH; Tognetto, M; Amadesi, S; Ennes, HS; Trevisani, M; Hollenberg, MD; Wallace, JL; Caughey, GH; Mitchell, SE; Williams, LM; Geppetti, P; Mayer, EA; Bunnett, NW
      Agonists of proteinase-activated receptor 2 induce inflammation by a neurogenic mechanism

      NATURE MEDICINE
    21. Chen, J; Sandkuhler, J
      Induction of homosynaptic long-term depression at spinal synapses of sensory A delta-fibers requires activation of metabotropic glutamate receptors

      NEUROSCIENCE
    22. Sandkuhler, J
      Learning and memory in pain pathways

      PAIN
    23. Meng, ID; Hu, JW; Bereiter, DA
      Parabrachial area and nucleus raphe magnus inhibition of corneal units in rostral and caudal portions of trigeminal subnucleus caudalis in the rat

      PAIN
    24. Kovelowski, CJ; Ossipov, MH; Sun, H; Lai, J; Malan, TP; Porreca, F
      Supraspinal cholecystokinin may drive tonic descending facilitation mechanisms to maintain neuropathic pain in the rat

      PAIN
    25. Bennett, AD; Chastain, KM; Hulsebosch, CE
      Alleviation of mechanical and thermal allodynia by CGRP(8-37) in a rodent model of chronic central pain

      PAIN
    26. Wotherspoon, G; Winter, J
      Bradykinin B1 receptor is constitutively expressed in the rat sensory nervous system

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    27. Yang, K; Li, YO
      Postsynaptic origin of N-methyl-D-aspartate-induced slow currents in substantia gelatinosa neurons: an in vitro voltage-clamp study in adult rat

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    28. Lamont, LA; Tranquilli, WJ; Grimm, KA
      Physiology of pain

      VETERINARY CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA-SMALL ANIMAL PRACTICE
    29. Xu, GY; Huang, LYM; Zhao, ZQ
      Activation of silent mechanoreceptive cat C and A delta sensory neurons and their substance P expression following peripheral inflammation

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    30. Onodera, K; Hamba, M; Takahashi, T
      Primary afferent synaptic responses recorded from trigeminal caudal neurons in a mandibular nerve-brainstem preparation of neonatal rats

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    31. Evrard, H; Baillien, M; Foidart, A; Absil, P; Harada, N; Balthazart, J
      Localization and controls of aromatase in the quail spinal cord

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    32. Suzuki, R; Kontinen, VK; Matthews, E; Williams, E; Dickenson, AH
      Enlargement of the receptive field size to low intensity mechanical stimulation in the rat spinal nerve ligation model of neuropathy

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    33. Mansikka, H; Sheth, RN; DeVries, C; Lee, H; Winchurch, R; Raja, SN
      Nerve injury-induced mechanical but not thermal hyperalgesia is attenuatedin neurokinin-1 receptor knockout mice

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    34. Bardin, L; Schmidt, J; Alloui, A; Eschalier, A
      Effect of intrathecal administration of serotonin in chronic pain models in rats

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    35. Buritova, J; Besson, JM
      Effects of flurbiprofen and its enantiomers on the spinal c-Fos protein expression induced by noxious heat stimuli in the anaesthetized rat

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    36. Sato, K; Matsuki, N; Ohno, Y; Nakazawa, K
      Extracellular ATP reduces optically monitored electrical signals in hippocampal slices through metabolism to adenosine

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    37. Saito, T; Koshino, T
      Distribution of neuropeptides in synovium of the knee with osteoarthritis

      CLINICAL ORTHOPAEDICS AND RELATED RESEARCH
    38. Zhong, J; Gerber, G; Kojic, L; Randic, M
      Dual modulation of excitatory synaptic transmission by agonists at group Imetabotropic glutamate receptors in the rat spinal dorsal horn

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    39. Fitch, GK; Patel, KP; Weiss, ML
      Activation of renal afferent pathways following furosemide treatment I. Effects of survival time and renal denervation

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    40. Fitch, GK; Weiss, ML
      Activation of renal afferent pathways following furosemide treatment II. Effect of angiotensin blockade

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    41. Bueno, L
      New and future drugs in nerve-gut dysfunction

      ITALIAN JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY AND HEPATOLOGY
    42. Crews, JC; Cahall, MA
      An investigation of the neurophysiologic mechanisms of tourniquet-related pain: Changes in spontaneous activity and receptive field size in spinal dorsal horn neurons

      REGIONAL ANESTHESIA AND PAIN MEDICINE
    43. Eblen-Zajjur, A; Salas, R; Vanegas, H
      Fractal analysis of spinal nociceptive neuronal responses to receptive field stimulation and to heterotopic noxious stimulation in the rat

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    44. Proudfit, HK; Monsen, M
      Ultrastructural evidence that substance P neurons form synapses with noradrenergic neurons in the A7 catecholamine cell group that modulate nociception

      NEUROSCIENCE
    45. Rygh, LJ; Svendsen, F; Hole, K; Tjolsen, A
      Natural noxious stimulation can induce long-term increase of spinal nociceptive responses

      PAIN
    46. Nakatsuka, T; Park, JS; Kumamoto, E; Tamaki, T; Yoshimura, M
      Plastic changes in sensory inputs to rat substantia gelatinosa neurons following peripheral inflammation

      PAIN
    47. Mizukami, K; Kounomi, S; Kaneko, S; Satoh, M
      Some physiological and pharmacological properties of slow depolarization of substantia gelatinosa neurons by repetitive stimulation of C-fibers of dorsal root in adult rat spinal cord slices with dorsal root attached

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    48. Svendsen, F; Tjolsen, A; Rygh, LJ; Hole, K
      Expression of long-term potentiation in single wide dynamic range neurons in the rat is sensitive to blockade of glutamate receptors

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    49. Xiong, ZG; Pelkey, KA; Lu, WY; Lu, YM; Roder, JC; MacDonald, JF; Salter, MW
      Src potentiation of NMDA receptors in hippocampal and spinal neurons is not mediated by reducing zinc inhibition

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    50. Henry, JL; Yashpal, K; Pitcher, GM; Chabot, JG; Coderre, TJ
      Evidence for tonic activation of NK-1 receptors during the second phase ofthe formalin test in the rat

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    51. Gontijo, JR; Smith, LA; Kopp, UC
      CGRP activates renal pelvic substance P receptors by retarding substance Pmetabolism

      HYPERTENSION
    52. Peltier, AC; Bishop, GA
      The site of origin of calcitonin gene-related peptide-like immunoreactive afferents to the inferior olivary complex of the mouse

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    53. Knight, YE; Edvinsson, L; Goadsby, PJ
      Blockade of calcitonin gene-related peptide release after superior sagittal sinus stimulation in cat: a comparison of avitriptan and CP122,288

      NEUROPEPTIDES
    54. Kanjhan, R; Housley, GD; Burton, LD; Christie, DL; Kippenberger, A; Thorne, PR; Luo, L; Ryan, AF
      Distribution of the P2X(2) receptor subunit of the ATP-gated ion channels in the rat central nervous system

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    55. Pertovaara, A
      The influence of stimulus temperature rise rate, adapting temperature, andstimulus duration on suprathreshold responses evoked by noxious heat in the glabrous skin of the limb - Comparison of neuronal discharge in the rat spinal dorsal horn with human sensations

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    56. Okada, K; Murase, K; Kawakita, K
      Effects of electrical stimulation of thalamic nucleus submedius and periaqueductal gray on the visceral nociceptive responses of spinal dorsal horn neurons in the rat

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    57. Hudspith, MJ; Harrisson, S; Smith, G; Bountra, C; Elliot, PJ; Birch, PJ; Hunt, SP; Munglani, R
      Effect of post-injury NMDA antagonist treatment on long-term Fos expression and hyperalgesia in a model of chronic neuropathic pain

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    58. Ziegler, EA; Magerl, W; Meyer, RA; Treede, RD
      Secondary hyperalgesia to punctate mechanical stimuli - Central sensitization to A-fibre nociceptor input

      BRAIN
    59. LI HS; BAO YD; ZHAO ZQ
      EXPRESSION OF TACHYKININ RECEPTORS IN XENOPUS OOCYTES INJECTED WITH POLY(A)(-ROOT GANGLION()RNA FROM CAT DORSAL)

      SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES C-LIFE SCIENCES
    60. SVENDSEN F; TJOLSEN A; HOLE K
      AMPA AND NMDA RECEPTOR-DEPENDENT SPINAL LTP AFTER NOCICEPTIVE TETANICSTIMULATION

      NeuroReport
    61. PERTOVAARA A; HAMALAINEN MM; KAUPPILA T; PANULA P
      CARRAGEENAN-INDUCED CHANGES IN SPINAL NOCICEPTION AND ITS MODULATION BY THE BRAIN-STEM

      NeuroReport
    62. Jinks, SL; Carstens, E
      Skin cooling attenuates rat dorsal horn neuronal responses to intracutaneous histamine

      NEUROREPORT
    63. VULCHANOVA L; RIEDL MS; SHUSTER SJ; STONE LS; HARGREAVES KM; BUELL G; SURPRENANT A; NORTH RA; ELDE R
      P2X(3) IS EXPRESSED BY DRG NEURONS THAT TERMINATE IN INNER LAMINA-II

      European journal of neuroscience
    64. Cumberbatch, MJ; Hill, RG; Hargreaves, RJ
      Differential effects of the 5HT(1B/1D) receptor agonist naratriptan on trigeminal versus spinal nociceptive responses

      CEPHALALGIA
    65. RADHAKRISHNAN V; IYENGAR S; HENRY JL
      THE NONPEPTIDE NK-1 RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS LY303870 AND LY306740 BLOCK THE RESPONSES OF SPINAL DORSAL HORN NEURONS TO SUBSTANCE-P AND TO PERIPHERAL NOXIOUS STIMULI

      Neuroscience
    66. BUDAI D; LARSON AA
      THE INVOLVEMENT OF METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS IN SENSORY TRANSMISSION IN DORSAL HORN OF THE RAT SPINAL-CORD

      Neuroscience
    67. JEFTINIJA SD; JEFTINIJA KV
      ATP STIMULATES RELEASE OF EXCITATORY AMINO-ACIDS FROM CULTURED SCHWANN-CELLS

      Neuroscience
    68. JIA YP; LINDEN DR; SERIE JR; SEYBOLD VS
      NOCICEPTIN ORPHANIN FQ BINDING INCREASES IN SUPERFICIAL LAMINAE OF THE RAT SPINAL-CORD DURING PERSISTENT PERIPHERAL INFLAMMATION/

      Neuroscience letters
    69. BAO JP; LI JJ; PERL ER
      DIFFERENCES IN CA2-I AND LAMINAE-II( CHANNELS GOVERNING GENERATION OFMINIATURE AND EVOKED EXCITATORY SYNAPTIC CURRENTS IN SPINAL LAMINAE)

      The Journal of neuroscience
    70. Aimar, P; Pasti, L; Carmignoto, G; Merighi, A
      Nitric oxide-producing islet cells modulate the release of sensory neuropeptides in the rat substantia gelatinosa

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    71. LOFGREN O; YU LC; THEODORSSON E; HANSSON P; LUNDEBERG T
      OPIOIDS MODULATE THE CALCITONIN-GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE(8-37)-MEDIATED HINDPAW WITHDRAWAL LATENCY INCREASE IN THERMALLY INJURED RATS

      Neuropeptides
    72. MacDonald, JF; Xiong, XG; Lu, WY; Raouf, R; Orser, BA
      Modulation of NMDA receptors

      GLUTAMATE SYNAPSE AS A THERAPEUTICAL TARGET: MOLECULAR ORGANIZATION AND PATHOLOGY OF THE GLUTAMATE SYNAPSE
    73. GRUDT TJ; HENDERSON G
      GLYCINE AND GABA(A) RECEPTOR-MEDIATED SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION IN RAT SUBSTANTIA-GELATINOSA - INHIBITION BY MU-OPIOID AND GABA(B) AGONISTS

      Journal of physiology
    74. LIEBERMAN DN; MODY I
      SUBSTANCE-P ENHANCES NMDA CHANNEL FUNCTION IN HIPPOCAMPAL DENTATE GYRUS GRANULE CELLS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    75. PERTOVAARA A
      A NEURONAL CORRELATE OF SECONDARY HYPERALGESIA IN THE RAT SPINAL DORSAL HORN IS SUBMODALITY SELECTIVE AND FACILITATED BY SUPRASPINAL INFLUENCE

      Experimental neurology
    76. SONG XJ; ZHAO ZQ
      COOPERATIVE INTERACTION AMONG THE VARIOUS REGULATORY SITES WITHIN THENMDA RECEPTOR-CHANNEL COMPLEX IN MODULATING THE EVOKED-RESPONSES TO NOXIOUS THERMAL STIMULI OF SPINAL DORSAL HORN NEURONS IN THE CAT

      Experimental Brain Research
    77. DUMBA JS; IRISH PS; ANDERSON NL; WESTRUM LE
      ELECTRON-MICROSCOPIC ANALYSIS OF GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC-ACID AND GLYCINE COLOCALIZATION IN RAT TRIGEMINAL SUBNUCLEUS CAUDALIS

      Brain research
    78. POLGAR E; SZUCS P; URBAN L; NAGY I
      ALTERATIONS OF SUBSTANCE-P IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN LUMBAR AND THORACIC SEGMENTS OF RAT SPINAL-CORD IN ULTRAVIOLET-IRRADIATION INDUCED HYPERALGESIA OF THE HINDPAW

      Brain research
    79. SALTER MW
      SRC, N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE (NMDA) RECEPTORS, AND SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY

      Biochemical pharmacology
    80. KHASABOV SG; LOPEZGARCIA JA; KING AE
      SEROTONIN-INDUCED POPULATION PRIMARY AFFERENT DEPOLARIZATION IN-VITRO- THE EFFECTS OF NEONATAL CAPSAICIN TREATMENT

      Brain research
    81. SVENDSEN F; TJOLSEN A; HOLE K
      LTP SPINAL A-BETA AND C-FIBER EVOKED-RESPONSES AFTER ELECTRICAL SCIATIC-NERVE STIMULATION

      NeuroReport
    82. SIMPSON RK; GONDO M; ROBERTSON CS; GOODMAN JC
      REDUCTION IN THERMAL HYPERALGESIA BY INTRATHECAL ADMINISTRATION OF GLYCINE AND RELATED-COMPOUNDS

      Neurochemical research
    83. HELL JW
      PHOSPHORYLATION OF RECEPTORS AND ION CHANNELS AND THEIR INTERACTION WITH STRUCTURAL PROTEINS

      Neurochemistry international
    84. CALLSENCENCIC P; MENSE S
      EXPRESSION OF NEUROPEPTIDES AND NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE IN NEURONS INNERVATING THE INFLAMED RAT URINARY-BLADDER

      Journal of the autonomic nervous system
    85. TODD AJ
      A METHOD FOR COMBINING CONFOCAL AND ELECTRON-MICROSCOPIC EXAMINATION OF SECTIONS PROCESSED FOR DOUBLE-LABELLING OR TRIPLE-LABELLING IMMUNOCYTOCHEMISTRY

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    86. WILSON LB; HAND GA
      THE PRESSOR REFLEX EVOKED BY STATIC CONTRACTION - NEUROCHEMISTRY AT THE SITE OF THE FIRST SYNAPSE

      Brain research reviews
    87. LEONARD AS; HELL JW
      CYCLIC-AMP-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE AND PROTEIN-KINASE-C PHOSPHORYLATE N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTORS AT DIFFERENT SITES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    88. YABUUCHI K; MARUTA E; YAMAMOTO J; NISHIYORI A; TAKAMI S; MINAMI M; SATOH M
      INTRACEREBROVENTRICULAR INJECTION OF ISOPROTERENOL PRODUCES ITS ANALGESIC EFFECT THROUGH INTERLEUKIN-1-BETA PRODUCTION

      European journal of pharmacology
    89. JURANEK I; LEMBECK F
      AFFERENT C-FIBERS RELEASE SUBSTANCE-P AND GLUTAMATE

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
    90. YANG HW; MIN MY; APPENTENG K; BATTEN TFC
      GLYCINE-IMMUNOREACTIVE TERMINALS IN THE RAT TRIGEMINAL MOTOR NUCLEUS - LIGHT-MICROSCOPIC AND ELECTRON-MICROSCOPIC ANALYSIS OF THEIR RELATIONSHIPS WITH MOTONEURONS AND WITH GABA-IMMUNOREACTIVE TERMINALS

      Brain research
    91. ZHAO ZQ; WEI F; YANG HQ
      REDUCTION OF GABA-IMMUNOREACTIVITIES AND SUBSTANCE-P-IMMUNOREACTIVITIES IN SPINAL DORSAL HORN BY CAPSAICIN

      Chinese Science Bulletin
    92. TAKAGI H; HARIMA A
      ANALGESIC EFFECT OF L-THREO-3,4-DIHYDROXYPHENYLSERINE (L-DOPS) IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC PAIN

      European neuropsychopharmacology
    93. CAI BC; NAGASAWA T; KADOTA S; HATTORI M; NAMBA T; KURAISHI Y
      PROCESSING OF NUX-VOMICA .7. ANTINOCICEPTIVE EFFECTS OF CRUDE ALKALOIDS FROM THE PROCESSED AND UNPROCESSED SEEDS OF STRYCHNOS-NUX-VOMICA INMICE

      Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin
    94. HAMALAINEN MM; ALILA A; JOHANSSON G; PERTOVAARA A
      COCAINE-INDUCED EFFECTS ON PAIN BEHAVIOR AND C-FOS EXPRESSION IN THE SPINAL DORSAL HORN OF THE RAT

      Neuroscience research communications
    95. SIMPSON RK; GONDO M; ROBERTSON CS; GOODMAN JG
      REDUCTION IN THE MECHANONOCICEPTIVE RESPONSE BY INTRATHECAL ADMINISTRATION OF GLYCINE AND RELATED-COMPOUNDS

      Neurochemical research
    96. HANAI F; MATSUI N; HONGO N
      CHANGES IN RESPONSES OF WIDE DYNAMIC-RANGE NEURONS IN THE SPINAL DORSAL HORN AFTER DORSAL-ROOT OR DORSAL-ROOT GANGLION COMPRESSION

      Spine (Philadelphia, Pa. 1976)
    97. DAVANGER S
      COLOCALIZATION OF AMINO-ACID SIGNAL MOLECULES IN NEURONS AND ENDOCRINE-CELLS

      Anatomy and embryology
    98. SANDKUHLER J; TREIER AC; LIU XG; OHNIMUS M
      THE MASSIVE EXPRESSION OF C-FOS PROTEIN IN SPINAL DORSAL HORN NEURONSIS NOT FOLLOWED BY LONG-TERM CHANGES IN SPINAL NOCICEPTION

      Neuroscience
    99. DIRIG DM; YAKSH TL
      THERMAL HYPERALGESIA IN RAT EVOKED BY INTRATHECAL SUBSTANCE-P AT MULTIPLE STIMULUS INTENSITIES REFLECTS AN INCREASE IN THE GAIN OF NOCICEPTIVE PROCESSING

      Neuroscience letters
    100. CUMBERBATCH MJ; HERRERO JF; HEADLEY PM
      STUDIES OF SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION IN-VIVO - INDIRECT VERSUS DIRECT EFFECTS OF PHA-AMINO-3-HYDROXY-5-METHYL-4-ISOXAZOLE-PROPIONIC ACID KAINATE ANTAGONISTS ON RAT SPINAL SENSORY RESPONSES

      Neuroscience letters


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