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The orofacial formalin test in rats: effects of different formalin concentrations
The orofacial formalin test in the mouse: a behavioral model for studying physiology and modulation of trigeminal nociception.
The orofacial formalin test
Glycine Inhibitory Dysfunction Turns Touch into Pain through PKCgamma Interneurons
It is suggested that pharmacological inhibition of PKCγ might provide a new tool for alleviating allodynia in the clinical setting because of evidence that glycine inhibitory dysfunction gates tactile input to nociceptive specific neurons throughPKCγ-dependent activation of a local, excitatory, NMDA receptor-dependent, circuit.
Stimulation of craniofacial muscle afferents induces prolonged facilitatory effects in trigeminal nociceptive brain-stem neurones
Application of the formalin test to the study of orofacial pain in the rat
Organization of the efferent projections from the spinal cervical enlargement to the parabrachial area and periaqueductal graye. A PHA‐L study in the rat
- J. Bernard, R. Dallel, P. Raboisson, L. Villanueva, D. Bars
- BiologyThe Journal of comparative neurology
- 20 March 1995
Two areas of cervical enlargement which project in different ways to the PB area and the periaqueductal gray are demonstrated.
The orofacial capsaicin test in rats: effects of different capsaicin concentrations and morphine
General trigeminospinal central sensitization and impaired descending pain inhibitory controls contribute to migraine progression