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    1. Mukherjee, K; Mathur, R; Nayar, U
      Nociceptive responses to chronic stress of restraint and noxious stimuli in sucrose fed rats

      STRESS AND HEALTH
    2. Boyle, TJ; Masuda, T; Cunningham, ST
      Effects of a kappa agonist, spiradoline mesylate (U62,066E), on activationand vaginocervical-stimulation produced analgesia in rats

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    3. Ackley, MA; Hurley, RW; Virnich, DE; Hammond, DL
      A cellular mechanism for the antinociceptive effect of a kappa opioid receptor agonist

      PAIN
    4. Zurek, JR; Nadeson, R; Goodchild, CS
      Spinal and supraspinal components of opioid antinociception in streptozotocin induced diabetic neuropathy in rats

      PAIN
    5. Gupta, SK; Bansal, P; Bhardwaj, RK; Velpandian, T
      Comparative anti-nociceptive, anti-inflammatory and toxicity profile of nimesulide vs nimesulide and piperine combination

      PHARMACOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    6. Malhotra, J; Chaudhary, G; Gupta, YK
      Dopaminergic involvement in adenosine A(1) receptor-mediated antinociception in the tail flick latency model in mice

      METHODS AND FINDINGS IN EXPERIMENTAL AND CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    7. Mukherjee, K; Mathur, R; Nayar, U
      Effect of VMH lesion on sucrose-fed nociceptive responses

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    8. Raghavendra, V; Kulkarni, SK
      Possible mechanisms of action in melatonin reversal of morphine tolerance and dependence in mice

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    9. Jiang, YH; Klodesky, CM; Chang, SL
      Endomorphin-1 and endomorphin-2 induce the expression of c-FOS immunoreactivity in the rat brain

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    10. Raghavendra, V; Chopra, K; Kulkarni, SK
      Brain renin angiotensin system (RAS) in stress-induced analgesia and impaired retention

      PEPTIDES
    11. Watkins, LR; Maier, SF
      Implications of immune-to-brain communication for sickness and pain

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    12. Mason, DJ; Lowe, J; Welch, SP
      A diminution of Delta(9)-tetrahydrocannabinol modulation of dynorphin A-(1-17) in conjunction with tolerance development

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    13. Mason, DJ; Lowe, J; Welch, SP
      Cannabinoid modulation of dynorphin A: correlation to cannabinoid-induced antinociception

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    14. Sengupta, S; Velpandian, T; Sapra, P; Mathur, P; Gupta, SK
      Comparative analgesic efficacy of nimesulide and diclofenac gels after topical application on the skin

      SKIN PHARMACOLOGY AND APPLIED SKIN PHYSIOLOGY
    15. KSHATRI AM; BAGHDOYAN HA; LYDIC R
      CHOLINOMIMETICS, BUT NOT MORPHINE, INCREASE ANTINOCICEPTIVE BEHAVIOR FROM PONTINE RETICULAR REGIONS REGULATING RAPID-EYE-MOVEMENT SLEEP

      Sleep (New York, N.Y.)
    16. GUPTA SK; VELPANDIAN T; MATHUR P; SENGUPTA S
      COMPARATIVE ANALGESIC ACTIVITY OF NIMESULIDE AND DICLOFENAC BY INTRAMUSCULAR ROUTE - CORRELATION WITH PHARMACOKINETIC PROFILE OF NIMESULIDE

      Pharmacology
    17. TANG NM; DONG HW; WANG XM; TSUI ZC; HAN JS
      CHOLECYSTOKININ ANTISENSE RNA INCREASES THE ANALGESIC EFFECT INDUCED BY ELECTROACUPUNCTURE OR LOW-DOSE MORPHINE - CONVERSION OF LOW RESPONDER RATS INTO HIGH RESPONDERS

      Pain
    18. KANG YM; ZHANG C; QIAO JT
      INVOLVEMENT OF ENDOGENOUS OPIOIDS AND ATP-SENSITIVE POTASSIUM CHANNELS IN THE MEDIATION OF CARBACHOL-INDUCED ANTINOCICEPTION AT THE SPINAL LEVEL - A BEHAVIORAL-STUDY IN RATS

      Brain research
    19. FRYE CA; DUNCAN JE
      ESTRADIOL BENZOATE POTENTIATES NEUROACTIVE STEROIDS EFFECTS ON PAIN SENSITIVITY

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    20. SAPSEDBYRNE S; HOLDCROFT A; RIDOUT D
      THE INFLUENCE OF COLONIC TEMPERATURE-CHANGES IN ANESTHETIZED RATS ON TAIL SKIN TEMPERATURES AND REPEATED TESTING OF TAIL-FLICK LATENCIES

      Pain
    21. OSSIPOV MH; LOPEZ Y; NICHOLS ML; BIAN D; PORRECA F
      INHIBITION BY SPINAL MORPHINE OF THE TAIL-FLICK RESPONSE IS ATTENUATED IN RATS WITH NERVE LIGATION INJURY

      Neuroscience letters
    22. GUTSTEIN HB; TRUJILLO KA; AKIL H
      DOES CHRONIC NOCICEPTIVE STIMULATION ALTER THE DEVELOPMENT OF MORPHINE-TOLERANCE

      Brain research
    23. XU W; CUI X; HAN JS
      SPINAL SEROTONIN-IA AND IC 2-RECEPTORS MEDIATE SUPRASPINAL MU-OPIOID-INDUCED ANALGESIA/

      NeuroReport
    24. CHEN XH; GUO SF; CHANG CG; HAN JS
      OPTIMAL CONDITIONS FOR ELICITING MAXIMAL ELECTROACUPUNCTURE ANALGESIAWITH DENSE-AND-DISPERSE MODE STIMULATION

      American journal of acupuncture
    25. VERMA A; KULKARNI SK
      MODULATORY ROLE OF D-1 AND D-2 DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR SUBTYPES IN NOCICEPTION IN MICE

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    26. FRYE CA; CUEVAS CA; KANAREK RB
      DIET AND ESTROUS-CYCLE INFLUENCE PAIN SENSITIVITY IN RATS

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    27. ARCHER DP; SAMANANI N
      THE INFLUENCE OF CRYOGENIC BRAIN INJURY ON NOCICEPTION IN THE RAT

      Anesthesiology


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