Shou wei Yang

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In 71 halothane-anesthetized rats, we characterized the responses of single neurons in the nucleus ventroposterolateralis (VPL) of the thalamus to a noxious visceral stimulus (colorectal balloon distension; CRD) and studied the effects of intravenous morphine on these responses using standard extracellular microelectrode recording techniques. One hundred(More)
In halothane-anesthetized rats, we characterized the responses of single neurons in the nuclei of medial thalamus (MT), specifically the mediodorsal thalamic nucleus (MD) and the nucleus submedius (Sm), to a noxious visceral stimulus (colorectal balloon distension, CRD), and studied the effects of intravenous morphine (Mor) on these responses using standard(More)
In 49 halothane-anesthetized rats, we characterized the responses of single neurons in the ventrolateral orbital cortex (VLO) to a noxious visceral stimulus (colorectal balloon distension, CRD), and studied the effects of intravenous morphine on these responses using standard extracellular microelectrode recording techniques. One hundred and four neurons(More)
In 78 halothane-anesthetized rats, we characterized the responses of single neurons in the dorsal horn of L(6)-S(1) spinal segments to a noxious visceral stimulus (colorectal balloon distension, CRD), and studied the effects of focal electrical stimulation of Nucleus Submedius (Sm) on these responses using standard extracellular microelectrode recording(More)
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